Omaha NE 68131
Omaha, NE 68118
UNMC College of Medicine, 2005
UNMC College of Medicine, 2006
Neurology, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, 2009
Multiple Sclerosis, University Of Chicago Hospital/Clin, 2010
Hartman, E.A. and Huang, D. (August 2008) Update on PML: Lessons from
the HIV Uninfected and New Insights in Pathogenesis and Treatment.
Current HIV/AIDS Reports, 5(3):112-9. PubMed ID: 18627659
Moyano AL, Li G, Boullerne AI, Feinstein DL, Hartman E, Skias
D, Balavanov R, van Breemen RB, Bongarzone ER, Månsson JE, Givogri
MI. Sulfatides in extracellular vesicles isolated from plasma of multiple
sclerosis patients. J Neurosci Res. 2016 Dec;94(12):1579-1587.
Boullern, A., Skias, M., Hartman, E., Kalinin, S., Polak, P., & Feinstein, D.
Single-Nucleotide Polymorphism in Serine-Threonine Kinase 11, the Gene
Encoding Liver Kinase B1, Is a Risk Factor for Multiple Sclerosis. ASN
Neuro January-February 2015 vol. 7 no. 1.
Finlayson, M., Chitnis, R., & Hartman, E. (2012) Age and Gender
Influences on MS and MS Rehabilitation. In M. Finlayson (Ed.), Multiple
Sclerosis Rehabilitation: From Impairment to Participation (pp. 427-434).
CRC Press. Boca Raton, FL.
Hartman, E.A. Clinically Isolated Syndrome. MedLink Neurology
(www.medlink.com). June 7, 2010. Updated June 2011, August 2013,
October 2015, March 2017 and May 2019.
Dr. Elizabeth Hartman enjoys helping individuals with all neurological
disorders, with primary focus areas of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and
headaches such as migraines. As a general Neurologist, Dr. Hartman
diagnoses and treats a full spectrum of neurologic disease which can be
especially helpful for individuals who do not have a diagnosis or those with
more than one neurologic problem.
Dr. Hartman has extra subspecialty training and expertise in multiple
sclerosis and immune-related neurological diseases such as optic neuritis,
transverse myelitis, neuromyelitis optica and neurologic manifestations of
connective tissue diseases. Dr. Hartman uses all FDA approved disease
modifying treatments for MS, and also encourages healthy lifestyle choices
that can improve brain health. She works to improve quality of life by
addressing symptom management such as fatigue, visual difficulties,
sensory changes or pain, spasticity or muscle spasms, cognitive and mood
changes, bladder or bowel dysfunction, and balance problems in a
multidisciplinary fashion with PT, OT, specialists in Ophthalmology,
Urology, Neuropsychology, Primary Care providers and more. Dr. Hartman
performs clinic procedures including the use of medical BOTOX for
management of chronic migraine and spasticity, and nerve blocks for
migraine and occipital neuralgia.
Dr. Hartman is passionate about working collaboratively with individuals to
help them better control Neurological disease and live healthier! As a
Neurologist, Dr. Hartman values the importance of brain health not only to
help us walk, talk and sense the world around us but to really be who we
are as individuals in family, work and other life roles. Dr. Hartman strives to
help manage disease so individuals can focus on what is truly important in
their lives. She strongly believes in listening first to understand problems
and taking time to educate patients and their families about the disease.
Dr. Hartman strongly believes in the importance of excellence in medical
education and enjoys helping medical students and residents to also
discover the joy of Neurology. She also enjoys collaborative research to
improve the way we care for individuals with Neurologic disease.
Insurance and Coverage
Licensed to practice medicine in: Iowa; Nebraska
This provider has met the requirements to practice medicine in these states. To schedule a telehealth visit with this provider, you must be physically located within one of these states.