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Caring for Patients & Families

The Mulva Clinic for the Neurosciences brings together skilled clinicians who provide comprehensive, interdisciplinary care through a team-based practice at UT Health Austin.

Since neurological disorders affect each person differently, the Mulva Clinic team engages patients early in the care process to understand their goals and lifestyle. By doing so, the care team is able to provide individualized care pathways that address the whole person.

The Mulva Clinic treats bipolar and cognitive disorders, depression and multiple sclerosis. As UT Health Austin continues to grow, new specialties will be made available to Central Texans.

From the UT Health Austin Blog

Q&A With the Comprehensive Memory Center

The Comprehensive Memory Center team sat down with UT Health Austin to talk about their approach and the conditions treated.

You Can’t Take a Picture of Pain

Hear from UT Health Austin physician Mark Queralt about the most important part of treating lower back pain.

How Much Do You Know About Bipolar?

There are many common misconceptions about Bipolar Disorder — so it’s important to get the facts.