Do you have any questions about Huntington’s disease (HD)? Do not hesitate to ask our doctor, Alzbeta Mühlbäck, using the contact form below
HD is a disease that can be quite complicated and sometimes people are left with a lot of questions:
“How does it work biologically? What kind of symptoms is normal? My father is about to get sick – is there someone I can talk to? Does any treatment for HD exist?”
If you have any questions about the disease – use the form below.
Ask the Doctor welcomes questions in English, German, Slovak, Czech, Serbo-Croatian, as well as Turkish.
Your identity is not required – only an email address to respond to. You are in other words as anonymous as your email address. All questions are further processed confidentially.
See what Alzbeta has to say about Ask the Doctor in the video below.
Who is Alzbeta Mühlbäck? Here is a short summary:
Alzbeta Mühlbäck was born in the Slovak Republic, the former Czechoslovakia. She studied in the Slovak Republic as well as the United States and the Czech Republic. After obtaining her doctoral degree she started working as a doctor: first in Vienna and then in Bavaria nearby Munich – which is where she works now.
Alzbeta is senior resident of department of neuropsychiatry at the psychiatric hospital Isar-Amper-Klinikum of Taufkirchen in Greater Munich Area. The neuropsychiatric department serves 20 beds for patients with Huntington’s disease. Together with an outpatient HD clinic, the hospital sees around 400 HD cases each year.
The hospital was founded by Prof. Dose in 1992 – a man that became a great inspiration for Alzbeta. “From the very beginning I was very impressed by Prof. Dose and his highly engaged work with HD patients,” she says. The more she got involved in HD, the more she felt related to the patients and their lives. She states that it is together, as professionals and HD affected, that we can cope with the challenges in the best possible way.
Through her work, Alzbeta have met people with a lot of questions regarding HD. People that needed to talk to someone who listened carefully, understood their issue and tried to give competent answers. Her work and experiences with HD affected is the reason why Alzbeta wants to be the medical counselor for you – and all other members and friends of the European Huntington Association.
You can contact Alzbeta through this form: