Thank you for looking into the University of Texas Movement Disorder Group, UT Move, where patient satisfaction and quality of life improvement is our top priority.
Our physicians have received the highest credentials in their fields in order to best diagnose and treat various Movement Disorders as a subspecialty of Neurology. Our clinical and research staff strives to promote comfort and relieve stress associated with visits to our clinics, while providing patients with detailed explanations of the disorder affecting them and any procedure or research trial that may be involved with the patient’s treatment.
Some of the conditions we treat and specialize in:
|Parkinson’s disease||Tourette’s syndrome|
|Atypical Parkinsonism (MSA, PSP, CBPD)||Restless leg syndrome|
|Dystonia (focal and generalized)||REM sleep behavior disorder|
|Chorea (Huntington’s and other chorea)||Hemifacial spasm|
|Ataxias (inherited and acquired)||Blepharospasm|
|Essential tremor (and other tremor)||Spasticity|
|Myoclonus and startle||…and other movement disorders|
Procedures we use:
- Deep Brain Stimulation: Patient selection and intraoperative mapping for electrode placement, programming, and management
- Spasticity management: Comprehensive pharmacological and surgical therapies including selection of Intrathecal Baclofen Pump patients, baclofen lumbar puncture trial and assessment, refill and programming of intrathecal Baclofen pumps.
- Botox injections with or without EMG guidance
- Administration of rating scales for motor, non-motor, cognitive, depression and ADL’s
- Neuroimaging including spine and brain CT, MRI, functional MRI, DAT scan, FDG PET, and SPECT.
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