Transforming care for ALS, PLS, & Parkinsons

Created by an ALS patient to improve care for everyone facing a neurodegenerative disease, we understand you and your needs. Our virtual clinicians & specialists are ready to make your life easier.

Brian and Sandra Wallach

Parkinson's Disease

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

Primary Lateral Sclerosis

Make an appointment

Schedule a complimentary intake call here to talk about your diagnosis and current health-related needs.

Talk to a neurologist

Each patient is unique. We’ll talk as long as needed to understand your history and to make a plan for you.

Your care team does the rest

Prescription refills, symptom management, insurance navigation, clinical trial guidance, and more—all from your home.

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Clinic visits from home

Regular visits with your doctor are important in tracking your progression and regulating medications. We make those check-ins as painless as possible, so that you can get back to living.

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Experts leading the way

Juggling your care is overwhelming. No more scouring the internet to find local resources or new devices; no more researching new clinical trials and off-label therapies on your own. Let someone else do the work for you.

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Everything in one place

We coordinate genetic testing and counseling in order to place you in the right clinical trials. We navigate insurance for you, to make sure the medication you need is covered. Our list of in-house services is continually growing, with mental health and psychiatry support on the way.

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How can we help?

If you are interested in becoming a Synapticure patient, please click here to schedule a call with one of our care coordinators who can answer your questions. If you have other questions, please write to us here and we will get back to you soon.

Please note that Synapticure is only able to serve U.S. based and English speaking patients at this time.