Dr. Henning is a fellowship educated specialist in neuromuscular disease and electrodiagnostic medicine. He focuses on the evaluation and treatment of disorders affecting the spinal cord, nerves, neuromuscular junction and muscle.
"Sometimes the key to successful treatment lies in the willingness to take risks, try new things. I leave no stone unturned for my patients, and I'll explore every option to help them feel better. Peace of mind is a powerful tool in the healing process. Knowing that someone is on your side can make all the difference."
- Dr. William E. Henning
A TOP-NOTCH EDUCATION
"Quality medical care requires constant learning and keeping current with relevant research and treatment methods. This knowledge, in combination with my genuine compassion, allows me to give the best service to my patients."
BOARD CERTIFIED: AMERICAN BOARD OF PSYCHIATRY AND NEUROLOGY
Fellowship: Neuromuscular Disease and Electromyography, Medical College of Georgia Hospitals and Clinics, GA
Residency: University of New Mexico Affiliated Hospitals, NM *Chief Resident: Department of Neurology, University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Internship: Detroit Osteopathic Hospital & Bi-County Hospital, MI
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.): Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, MO
Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) Bachelor of Arts (Psychology): University of Arizona, AZ
ESTEEMED BY PEERS
"Consulting with colleagues and sharing information is an integral part of quality medical care. After all, doctors are part of a medical community and we share that community with our patients."
Medical Director, Muscular Dystrophy Association Clinic, Great Falls and Missoula, MT
Neurologist and Electromyographer, Benefis Health System, Great Falls, MT
Consultant Neurologist, Northern Montana Medical Group, Havre, MT
PRACTICES GREAT PRINCIPLES
"Board certifications require hours of rigorous study and written exams, and are not required for doctors. But I can't imagine why a doctor wouldn't want to improve the standards by which he performs. Patients deserve nothing less."