The Hong Kong Society of Neuromuscular Diseases

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Academic Meeting: Motor Function Assessment for patients with SMA

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Understanding「Neuromuscular Diseases」

What is myasthenia gravis?

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Understanding "Neuromuscular Diseases"

What are Neuromuscular Disorders?

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Patient and family

This educational website provides information on neuromuscular diseases, including disease profiles, diagnostic tests, nursing manuals, etc., to improve the quality of life of patients and their families.


We have established this educational website to enable the public to understand neuromuscular diseases and share their experiences through patients to reduce misunderstandings, promote the equality and inclusive community.

Healthcare and academics

We promote public education on neuromuscular diseases and the advancement of medical professionals. We organize different medical conferences to serve as a platform for an exchange of knowledge.

Understanding 「Neuromuscular Diseases」

Myasthenia gravis, insiders often call it “MG”, a condition that causes some muscles to weaken.

Non-progressive congenital muscle disease is a group of rare muscle diseases caused by different genetic variations. “Congenital” means that the symptoms may appear at birth, during infancy or during adolescence.

Congenital progressive muscular dystrophy, a group of rare muscle diseases caused by different genetic variations. The mutated gene gradually impairs muscle cell function. Patients usually develop early symptoms within a few months after birth, including hypotonia, muscle weakness, and joint contracture. Some patients suffer from breathing problems due to respiratory muscle weakness, and mouth muscle weakness, resulting in difficulty in swallowing and eating.

Motor Neurone Disease (MND), also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), is a disease that damages the nerve cells that control the muscles. The affected muscles become wasted and weak. The patients are getting worse gradually until they fail to move, swallow, speak and breath; and they finally die.

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About us

The Hong Kong Society of Neuromuscular Diseases Limited was established on March 25, 2015, to promote the development of medical professionals and public education on neuromuscular diseases to pay attention to the health of this particular patient group in Hong Kong. We operate in a non-profit manner. Our board members come from different medical specialties related to neuromuscular diseases, including the doctor of Children’s brain neurology, pathologists and more.


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