The Johns Hopkins Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center is an extensive center dedicated to identifying and treating various types of movement disorders – a group of progressive neurological disorders characterized by abnormal involuntary movements.
There are promising treatment options available for the various types of movement disorders. Learn more about the latest treatment options and research advances happening at our following specialty centers:
Ataxia disorders result in a failure of muscle control in their arms and legs, which may cause a lack of balance, coordination, and possibly a disturbance in gait.
The Johns Hopkins Global Telemedicine Clinic for Parkinson’s Disease provides health care through simple, web-based video conferencing technology, so patients anywhere can receive the treatment and care they need.