How Multiple Sclerosis (MS) will progress is difficult to predict. But there are often similar symptoms that are more predictable than others. The core healthcare team ensures that these symptoms are recognized and that you have access to the right care at the right time.
Michael Connor, DO, Neurologist
Dr. Connor has specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases for the past 12 years and serves as medical director for Columbia St. Mary’s Stroke Centers. As medical director for the MS Clinic, he will lead a multi-specialty team in caring for MS patients. Dr. Connor earned his degree in medicine from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed his residency in neurology from the Medical College of Wisconsin. He completed a fellowship in epilepsy from the University of Michigan and is board certified in neurology and vascular neurology. Dr. Connor has a special interest in caring for MS patients. His philosophy of care is to listen to his patients, treat them with respect, and employ the latest neurological diagnostics and treatments in order to improve the quality of life for patients battling MS.
Subarna Paul, Medical Assistant
”My goal is to provide best patient care. When people suffer in Multiple Sclerosis, they need attention, care and support not only for their physical functionality but also for their mental, social and family well-being. I help them as much as I can and try to do something extra.”
Subarna graduated from the University of Dhaka in Medicine and Surgery and additionally holds a master’s degree in Occupational Health from McGill University, Canada. Her diverse clinical background includes adult internal medicine, critical care medicine, obstetrics and gynecology, and clinical research.