Magnolia Specialty Clinic
3704 Hwy.72 West
Corinth, MS 38834
About Magnolia Specialty Clinic
The physicians at Magnolia Specialty Clinic are among the most experienced you will find in their respective fields of medicine. Each physician brings his or her unique personality, compassion and depth of learning to the treatment of challenging conditions. Patients can be confident the care they receive will be top notch.
Welcome to the Neurology Division of the Magnolia Speciality Clinic. We appreciate the opportunity to serve you and your family. A neurologist is a physician speciality who diagnoses and treats illnesses of the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles. Understanding the illness is quite often a large part of the process, and that marks where we begin y our diagnosis and treatment regimen.
Our neurologist, Dr. Rance Wilbourn, M.D., has a broad area of expertise including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's, Alzheimer’s, Peripheral Neuropathy, Epilepsy and Stroke. Our in-house laboratory can run a multitude of tests for your convenience. We coordinate advanced CT and MRI imaging, EEG and EMG/NCV with Magnolia Regional Health Centerl for prompt diagnostic evaluation. Infusion services are also available.
We are able to coordinate surgical referrals for both conservative and advance surgical options, epidural injections, pain management, kyphoplasty, Botox injections and state of the art rehabilitation options including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, vestibular therapy and osteopathic manipulation therapy performed by actual physician at our one of a kind OMT clinic. We will see select pediatric patients for headache and post-concussion syndromes. Our goal is to help your child safely return to play to minimize risk of recurrent injury. We are also experienced with assisting in Worker's Comp cases.
About Your Visit
Your visit begins with a discussion about your symptoms with your doctor. As other illnesses often affect the nervous system, a complete medical and surgical history is important. Since a neurological examination determines how well the nervous system functions, it might be different than a routine medical exam performed by your primary care physician. For example, you may be asked to walk, jump, bend or stoop to evaluate your balance and strength. Your doctor may scratch the sole of your foot to check reflexes that are helpful in evaluating motor function. You may be asked questions to determine your cognitive (thinking process) status.
- You may be asked to have additional testing and to schedule a return visit to discuss the results.
- We will send the results of the exam and any tests to your primary care or referring physician.
- Your Neurologist may have suggestions for treatment of your condition.
- Your primary care physician or your Neurologist will carry out these treatment options.
Services We Offer
Electromyography (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Studies
Clinical Neurology Services
General Neurology Consultation
Numb hands or feet
Weakness in arms or legs
Carpal tunnel testing
Epilepsy and Seizures