Mercy MS Care - St. Louis

Doctor's Office
1176 Town and Country Commons
Town and Country, MO 63017


Phone: (636) 893-1260
Fax: (636) 893-1261
Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Comprehensive St. Louis Multiple Sclerosis Care

Living with a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (often referred to as MS) comes with many complex and unpredictable symptoms. The specialized medical team at Mercy MS Care in St. Louis, MO, led by medical director Dr. Emily Evans, delivers the care our neurology patients with MS need to help manage their health and wellbeing.

Coordinated Multiple Sclerosis Care in St. Louis

We understand that MS affects everyone differently and through our coordination of care, we help patients live their best life. In partnership with Mercy's neurology clinic in Town and Country, the team at Mercy MS Care provides the following services:

  • Proactive, specialized and coordinated care based on specific needs
  • Extensively trained Mercy Clinic physicians, including a fellowship-trained MS specialist and neurologists
  • A dedicated MS nurse line five days a week to answer questions and give guidance
  • Counseling and advocacy for families and patients living with MS
  • Coordinated multiple sclerosis medication management
  • Financial advocacy

MS Medication Management

Medications for treating MS can place a significant financial burden on patients, and these prescriptions are generally a lifelong requirement. Mercy Specialty Pharmacy, in partnership with Mercy MS Care, offers patients a pharmaceutical support program that includes financial advocacy to help navigate insurance coverage for specialty MS medications.

Physical and Developmental Therapy for MS

Mercy MS Care partners with Mercy Therapy Services – Town and Country to offer specialized MS therapy services, all in one convenient location. They are one of only a few area medical facilities certified as Partner in MS Care by the National MS Society for demonstrated knowledge and expertise in treating patients with MS. MS therapy sessions can include physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and driver’s evaluations and training. 

Living Well With MS

MS patients benefit from disease-modifying drug management, individual therapy and patient enrichment programs to maintain a healthy lifestyle over the long term. It's important for both the MS patient and their supporting family and friends to find emotional support and education in order to cope with the lifestyle changes that can come with MS.

MS Support Groups in St. Louis

Living life with MS is made better with the support found at Mercy MS Care. We offer the following multiple sclerosis support groups and programs in St. Louis to our current MS Care patients and their families. Join Mercy MS Care for the following free support groups offered on a weekly basis.

Just Starting Out

This is a free support group for newly or recently diagnosed individuals with MS, Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m.

Staying On Course

Staying On Course is a support group for those living with MS for some time, Thursdays at 11:15 a.m.

Seasoned Travelers

This support group is for those living with MS for a lengthy period of time, Tuesdays at 11:15 a.m.

Care Partners

Our Care Partners support group is for family and friends who support a loved one with MS, Wednesdays at 3 p.m.

Monthly MS Educational Programs in St. Louis

MS 101

Learn the basics of MS including: the diagnois process, symptoms, an overiew of treatment options and daily habits to maximize your well being. Family and friends are welcome.  

New Patient Orientation

Learn about our unique MS services in St. Louis and our comprehensive approach to your care from our welcoming staff.

Nutrition and Healthy Living

Learn MS healthy living strategies plus get answers and guidance from a professional dietician.

Individual and Couples Therapy

Get emotional support to address the stress and challenges that come from living with MS.

For educational program registration and information contact:  Julie Kadlec MSW, LCSW at 636-893-1263.

Meet Our Team

Caring for MS Patients

Dr. Emily Evans