Completed fellowships in clinical neurophysiology (EMG and evaluation/ treatment of neuromuscular disease) and movement disorders.
About the Movement Disorders Program
At the Swedish Neuroscience Institute (SNI), the Movement Disorders program offers a comprehensive range of services for adults and children, from diagnostic testing and innovative medical and surgical treatments to dietary consultations, compensation techniques, rehabilitation and follow-up support.
The multidiscipline Movement Disorders team includes neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, psychiatrists and pain management specialists, as well as physical and speech therapists. Social workers are available to help patients navigate their treatment plans, and counselors to help with coping and financial issues. In this collaborative environment, all specialists focus on making the patient experience as integrated and compassionate as possible.
The program offers a broad scope of treatment options so patients’ care plans are fully personalized. Treatment options include: medications, injections (such as botulinum for blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, cervical or spinal dystonia or spasticity), gait and balance training, and rehabilitation and physical therapy. Neurosurgeons evaluate patients who have exhausted medical therapies for minimally invasive neurological restoration interventions, such as deep brain stimulation or stereotactic radiosurgery. These procedures can help restore function and quality of life.
Huntington’s disease and other diseases associated with chorea
Parkinson’s disease and atypical parkinsonism
Restless leg syndrome
Tourette syndrome and motor tics
Recorded CME Conferences
Ticks Twitches and Twisting An Approach to Common Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders
September 14, 2012
Psychogenic Movement Disorders
February 12, 2010
Non-Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease
May 15, 2008
February 14, 2008