The University of Michigan Health System Movement Disorders Program offers sophisticated treatments for dystonia, with care delivered by experienced neurologists who are specially trained in movement disorders and treat only these conditions.
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The University of Michigan’s Movement Disorders Program is dedicated to providing Huntington's Disease patients with the highest level of comprehensive care available.
At the University of Michigan Movement Disorders Program, we have the latest technologies, cutting-edge clinical trials and a committed team of specialists to provide you the best quality of life possible.
At the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital Department of Pediatric Radiology, our board-certified pediatric radiologists provide the full scope of nuclear medicine imaging, utilizing the latest instruments, computers and radiotracers to diagnosis and treat a variety of diseases in children from newborns to teens.
For those with Parkinson’s disease or disorders that mimic Parkinson’s disease, the University of Michigan Health System offers comprehensive care delivered by an internationally recognized medical team, including neurologists that specialize in Movement Disorders.
The Parkinson’s Disease & You Symposium, which started in 2009, is an all-day annual event that attracts people from throughout Michigan and Ohio, regardless of where they receive care. At the Parkinson’s & You Symposium, you can receive up-to-date information given by leaders in the field and connect with other people and families who are living with the condition.
At the C.S. Mott Children's Hospital Department of Pediatric Radiology, our board-certified pediatric radiologists and support staff are specially trained to help children feel relaxed during their ultrasound procedures, while minimizing discomfort and accommodating any special needs. Our physicians and sonographers have advanced training in obtaining and interpreting ultrasound studies particular to the pediatric patient.