Investigational Treatments for Movement Disorders
At the University of Chicago Medicine, our patients are the first to benefit from leading research to find better treatments for movement disorders. We are designated as a Center for Advanced Research by the American Parkinson Disease Association for our excellence in state-of-the-art patient care and quest to find improved therapies through high-level research.
Our physicians are investigating movement disorders at the molecular level to identify precise causes of these diseases. They conduct clinical trials, regularly publish findings and serve as editors and on editorial boards of respected medical journals.
Sharing knowledge with institutions throughout the world, our physician-scientists work with grant-funded studies, including support from the National Institutes of Health, Michael J. Fox Foundation, and Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, among other organizations.
Learn about our ongoing clinical trials for Parkinson's disease and movement disorders at the UChicago Medicine.
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Telemedicine at UChicago Medicine
For your convenience and safety, we offer secure and easy virtual visits for most non-urgent visit types. Our care providers can assess your symptoms, make a diagnosis, recommend treatment and send prescriptions to your pharmacy.
Whether you are facing a complex health issue or difficult treatment decision, getting a second opinion can help you make an informed decision about your care. Get an online second opinion from one of our experts without having to leave home.
Request an Appointment
You can also make an appointment with our providers by:
– Scheduling a virtual video visit to see a provider from the comfort of your home
– Requesting an online second opinion from our specialists
– Filling out an online questionnaire (e-visit) to get a same-day diagnosis and treatment for common conditions.
To speak to someone directly, please call 1-773-702-6222. If you have symptoms of an urgent nature, please call your doctor or go to the emergency room immediately.
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