The Johns Hopkins Movement Disorders Center provides comprehensive, compassionate and timely treatment to our patients. Our excellence in treating, researching and teaching about movement disorders, including ataxia, dystonia, essential tremor and Parkinson's disease, allows us to provide the best care for all our patients.
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Watch a young man with dystonia describe how deep brain stimulation surgery changed his life.
Learn about various types of movement disorders, treatment and research.
Advanced Treatment Options
Movement disorders can be relentlessly progressive and disabling conditions. Untreatable a mere 50 years ago, there has been steady progress in the treatment of these conditions since. Recent advances in our understanding of the mechanisms of these disorders have lead to tremendous progress in treatment — both medical and surgical. Our ever expanding team and facilities are committed to advancing this progress and achieving our mission of improving the lives of patients suffering from these disorders.
Our vision is to provide patient-centered care anywhere you live. In addition to seeing patients in a clinic setting, we are also able to provide care via telemedicine directly in your home. Due to current licensure laws, we are able to provide care to people in the following states: Maryland, New York and California. We are also able to provide care outside the United States. Currently, most insurers do not cover telemedicine services provided in the home. We are happy to develop a solution that works for you. Find out more about our global telemedicine program.
If you would like to learn more about our efforts, please call 410-614-1307.