If you would like to be evaluated at one of the FMD clinics below, please contact them directly.
Mount Sinai Heart Center for Fibromuscular Dysplasia Care and Research
The prevalence, cause, prognosis and optimal treatment of fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) is not known. Despite an improved clinical understanding of the disease, through initiatives such as the United States Registry for FMD, there has been little progress in understanding the biologic cause of FMD since its first description in 1938. Data from the registry suggests that many patients had subtle manifestations of FMD for years before diagnosis and treatment.
There are a number of similar features that occur in family members of patients with FMD. This suggests that genetics play a significant role in the cause and/or predisposition for developing FMD.
To begin to identify the cause and eventual treatment of FMD, we have formed “The Mount Sinai Heart Center for Fibromuscular Disease Care and Research” with the goal of sorting out the cause and full clinical spectrum of FMD. We have a multidisciplinary team of experienced clinicians dedicated to treating patients with fibromuscular dysplasia. For an appointment email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-241-9454 for an appointment with Dr. Jeffrey Olin or Dr. Daniella Kadian-Dodov.
The Cleveland Clinic FDM Clinic is a multi-disciplinary clinic based out of their Vascular Center. Our own Executive Director, Pam Mace, was the first to sign up for the new Patient Registry. Call 216-445-3689 or 800-223-2273 to schedule an appointment.
University of Illinois Medical Center
The University of Illinois FMD Clinic is a multi-disciplinary clinic based out of their Stroke Center. For appointments, contact Maureen Hillmann at 312-355-3863.
The University of Kansas
The hospital’s Fibromuscular Dysplasia program provides patients with specialized care for FMD. Our multidisciplinary team of specialists, led by Kamal Gupta, MD, offers advanced diagnosis, treatment and long-term management of FMD. For more information, call 913.945.1227 or visit kumed.com/cardiology.
University of Michigan
The University of Michigan Health System faculty and staff have had a longstanding interest in the management of fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD) and now offer a combined, multidisciplinary, clinic for patients diagnosed or suspected of having fibromuscular dysplasia (FMD). If you would like to be seen at the University of Michigan, call the Cardiovascular Call Center at 1-888-287-1082 and ask to be seen by one of the physicians who specialize in managing patients with FMD.
Massachusetts General Hospital Vascular Center
The Fibromuscular Dysplasia Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Vascular Center provides patients with specialized care for Fibromuscular Dysplasia (FMD). Massachusetts General Hospital is one of the only hospitals in the United States to bring together a multidisciplinary team of clinicians dedicated to diagnosing, treating and helping patients manage FMD. For more information, visit www.massgeneral.org/FMD or call 877-644-8346.
UC Davis Vascular Center
The UC Davis Vascular Center is a national leader in addressing vascular disease and is a excellent evaluation and treatment site for patients with fibromuscular dysplasia. For appointments with the fibromuscular dysplasia treatment team at the UC Davis Vascular Center, contact Shirley Daffin at 916-734-1178 or e-mail email@example.com.
The University of Virginia Fibromuscular Dysplasia program is a multi-disciplinary clinic co-ordinated by Vascular Medicine physician Aditya Sharma who in conjunction with vascular interventional radiologists, vascular neurologists, vascular surgeons and other specialties provide state of the art diagnostic and therapeutic options to treat people with FMD. The program is very active with the registry and other research related to FMD. Please call Frank @ 434-243-4763 to make an appointment to be seen.