Moving Forward: Impulse Control Disorder, Dyskinesias and Overuse of Lovodopa


Brassworks–Goodman Community Center,* 214 Waubesa St., Madison.


*Look for brick building with Madison Brassworks on the side.



No registration required.

For more information:

For questions, please contact the UW Health Movement Disorders Clinic (608) 263-5442


  • Catherine Gallagher, MD, Department of Neurology, Movement Disorders, UW Health and Chief of Neurology, WS Middleton VA

Can’t stop wiggling after taking your carbidopa/levodopa? Do you have trouble controlling spending money and gambling? Do you feel like all you think about is the next dose of carbidopa/levodopa? Come learn more about these side effects of levodopa, the medication used to replace dopamine in the brain.


About Moving Forward


This presentation, part of the Moving Forward seminar series, is free and open to all patients, family members and anyone wanting to advance their knowledge about these medical conditions. Learn more about the Moving Forward series and see the full schedule


Free parking is available in front of the building or on the street. There is also designated Goodman Center parking in the church parking lot across the street.