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Dedicated to providing comprehensive, innovative care, we diagnose, treat, and research a wide range of disorders that affect movement in children and adults.
Our Movement Disorders Program offers the latest technologies, cutting-edge clinical trials, and a committed team of specialists to provide you with the best quality of life possible.
Patients referred to our program first receive in-depth evaluations and comprehensive diagnostic testing. The initial evaluation consists of a full medical history, a discussion of your symptoms, thorough physical and neurological examinations, and assessments of mental function, psychiatric health, gait, balance, motility, body function, and overall health.
We may also use the following tests to provide additional diagnostic evaluation:
Because no two movement disorders are the same, our specialized teams will develop an individualized treatment plan for you. Our thorough, compassionate care will help you find relief and comfort during the uncertainty of your treatment. Our comprehensive approach aims to help you manage your condition today and in the future.
We work with you and your family to develop a care plan, which may include:
Movement disorders are often chronic conditions, which is why we carefully follow our patients throughout their healthcare journey, developing a personal relationship to ensure you receive the very best ongoing care.
Our monthly multidisciplinary Movement Disorder Clinic offers a “one-stop-shop” healthcare approach for patients with various movement disorders.
The goal is to provide education, therapy recommendations, treatment options, and resources related to a patient’s specific movement disorder diagnosis.
Our specially trained team consists of neurologists, neuropsychologists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech-language pathologists, all with extensive experience in treating those with a range of movement disorders.