Advanced Treatment for Movement Disorders

As movement disorders progress, patients need constant monitoring and adjustments to ensure the long-term effectiveness of their treatments. University of Chicago Medicine physicians develop individualized treatment plans to help patients regain as much function as possible. They apply their expertise to control symptoms, and take care a step further by determining additional treatment options when initial therapies, such as medication, become ineffective

While there is no cure for Parkinson's disease and similar movement disorders, we focus on enhancing quality of life and offer a combination of medications, botulinum toxin injections, deep brain stimulation and surgical treatment options to provide the best possible care for each individual.

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