Ezequiel Piccione, M.D.

Ezequiel Piccione, M.D.Assistant Professor – Department of Neurological Sciences

Clinical Practice:
Academic Office:

4242 Farnam Street, Suite 650
North Doctor's Tower
Omaha, NE 68131
Phone: 402-559-8600
Fax: 402-559-9510

988435 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE 68198-8435
Phone: 402-559-4086
Fax: 402-559-9355

Administrative Assistant:
Jami Keating 402-559-4086

Education:
Mayo Clinic-Rochester, Minnesota, Fellowship (2013-2014)
University Hospitals of Cleveland-Case Western Reserve University, Fellowship (2012-2013)
University Hospitals of Cleveland-Case Western Reserve University, Residency (2009-2012)
University Hospitals of Cleveland-Case Western Reserve University, Medical Internship (2008-2009)
University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, Medical School (2007)

Hospital Appointments:
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Interests:  
Peripheral neuropathy
Neuromuscular Disorders (Motor Neuron Disease, Myopathy, Muscular Dystrophies, Inflammatory Myopathies, and Myasthenia Gravis)
Autonomic disorders
Electromyography

Biographical Sketch:
Dr. Ezequiel Piccione, M.D. is board-certified in neurology and electrodiagnostic medicine and certified in in neuromuscular medicine. He graduated from University of Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2007. Between 2008 and 2012, he performed a preliminary year of internal medicine and neurology residency at University Hospitals-Case Western reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. He then performed a one year fellowship in Neuromuscular Medicine and EMG in the same institution under Bashar Katirji, David Preston and Barbara Shapiro. Afterwards, he spent a year at Mayo Clinic-Minnesota doing a fellowship in Peripheral Nerve disorders where he worked under P.J Dyck and P.J. B. Dyck, C.J. Klein and Philip Low. He then came over to the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2014 as a staff physician in the Department of Neurological Sciences. He is board-certified in neurology and electrodiagnostic medicine.

Currently, Dr. Piccione sees patients with neuromuscular, peripheral nerve and autonomic problems. He sees patients in neuromuscular and muscular dystrophy association (MDA) clinics. He does electrophysiologic studies to help diagnose neuromuscular diseases and also conducts autonomic testing to diagnose and grade the severity of autonomic disorders and performs skin biopsy to diagnose small fiber neuropathy.