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Your Neurology Infusion Center in Eau Claire, Wausau, and Madison, Wi


For those with neurological conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Myasthenia Gravis (MG), or chronic migraines, everyday tasks can become incredibly challenging. Symptoms may include difficulty with vision, movement and coordination, fatigue, and pain. 

Smart Infusion Therapy offers IV therapies that help manage neurological conditions and give patients the relief they deserve. We’re committed to providing care in a patient-focused environment: our facility boasts a 3:1 nurse-to-patient ratio, as well as comfortable seating, WiFi, Hulu, and snacks and beverages. 

If you're ready to find relief from neurological conditions in a center designed with your comfort in mind, the Smart Infusion team is ready to help you. Our infusion services can make all the difference in your life. Schedule an appointment with us to get started on your journey back to better health.

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What Diseases Are Treated with Infusion Therapy?

IV Therapy Treatment for Neurological Conditions

Infusion therapy can help manage and treat a wide variety of neurological conditions. By delivering medication in a controlled manner via IV or injection for effective results, we can provide relief from symptoms like muscle spasms, tremors, headaches, epilepsy, and more.

The Smart Infusion team has extensive experience in providing infusion therapy for a variety of neurological conditions, including:

Multiple Sclerosis 

We are equipped to deliver medications to help reduce the progression of MS. 

  • Tysabri: Tysabriis an IV infusion therapy approved for the treatment of adult patients with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis. 
  • Ocrevus: Ocrevus (Ocrelizumab) is a medication used for the treatment of multiple sclerosis. It is a
     humanized anti-CD20 monoclonal antibody. It targets CD20 markers on B lymphocytes and is an
     immunosuppressive drug. Ocrevus is prescribed to treat relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS), including clinically isolated syndrome, relapsing-remitting disease, active secondary progressive disease, and primary progressive MS, in adults.

Chronic Migraine

Our team delivers effective infusion treatment to help patients find relief from chronic migraines.

  • Vyepti: Vyepti is an IV infusion therapy for chronic migraines. It reduces the frequency and intensity of headaches, allowing those suffering from chronic migraines to lead a more productive life. Vyepti works by targeting and blocking hormones and proteins that triggers migraine headaches.

Myasthenia Gravis

Infusion therapy can help patients with myasthenia gravis to regain muscle function and find relief from their symptoms.

  • Vyvgart works by blocking certain receptors from binding with harmful AChR antibodies which are responsible for triggering the symptoms of myasthenia gravis, resulting in a reduction of symptoms.
  • Ultomiris works by binding to the complement protein C5 to block its activation and remove it from the bloodstream. It is administered every one to two months,  providing a more managed approach to controlling myasthenia gravis symptoms.
  • Soliris works by interrupting the antibody-mediated attack on acetylcholine receptors in the muscles. The medication needs to be given every two weeks in order to maintain its effectiveness, but it is proven to reduce symptoms associated with MG.

Our highly trained registered nurses will provide safe and attentive care every step of the way. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need an order to have infusion therapy from Smart Infusion? What should I do if I don’t have one yet?

Yes, to receive infusion therapy, you will need an order from your primary care doctor or specialist. If you’d like to get started with Smart Infusion but don’t yet have an order from your doctor, contact our team. We’ll help you and your existing care team coordinate an order to ensure that you can start receiving the infusion therapy needed for your condition.

Do you offer private rooms for neurological IV therapies?

Yes, we have private rooms available for infusion therapy treatments. These rooms provide a comfortable and relaxing environment for you to receive your treatment in privacy.

What happens after my infusion treatments?

We will send a detailed note to your referring provider. 

It's important to maintain close contact with your team after receiving infusion therapy. We recommend that our patients follow up with their ordering healthcare provider to assess the effects of their treatment and to monitor any potential side effects. Additionally, our team will provide ongoing support and resources to help manage any symptoms that may arise. 

How can I get started with infusion therapy near me?

Smart Infusion makes it simple to get started. Just fill out our simple online form.