Emory University is one of the leading clinical and research centers for Parkinson's disease and movement disorders nationally. The Emory University Program serves as a major tertiary referral center for patients with the full spectrum of movement disorders for Atlanta, the state of Georgia, and for the Southeastern United States. Emory was designated as the nation's first American Parkinson Disease Association Center of Excellence and the first Huntington's Disease Society of America Center of Excellence. Our clinical program has benefitted from the support of the Parkinson's Foundation since 2015. 

Our movement disorder neurologists provide internationally recognized expertise in Parkinson's disease, Huntington's disease, dystonia, tremor, tic disorders, ataxia, functional and other movement disorders. In addition to expert diagnosis and clinical management, our specialty services include: Parkinson’s disease comprehensive care clinic, botulinum toxin injection clinic, deep brain stimulation program, comprehensive Huntington’s disease clinic, and Tourette Center of Excellence.

Watch the following segment from “Your Fantastic Mind,” which focuses on therapies for Parkinson’s disease:

Emory Movement Disorders clinic is located on the 5th floor of Brain Health Center at 12 Executive Park NE, Atlanta, GA 30329. 

We are now offering patients the opportunity to conduct follow-up visits through telemedicine from the comfort of their homes (insurance coverage may vary) or at our LaGrange practice. 

Patients can also choose to participate in many clinical trials and research studies. 


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