Movement Disorders

Movement Disorders Clinic

(608) 263-5442


Seminars and Support

Moving Forward: Learning More About Movement Disorders

Support Groups


Our Services

Deep Brain Stimulation

Performing Arts Medicine


Our Providers

Movement Disorders Providers

UW Health's Movement Disorders Program, based at University Hospital, provides expertise in the diagnosis and management of neurological conditions that impact the speed, quality and ease of movement.


What are movement disorders?


Movement disorders can present with slowness, inaccuracy or difficulty in moving, as in the case of parkinsonism or ataxia.


Other movement disorders, such as essential tremor, tics and chorea, are associated with excess or unwanted movement.


Our team works with each patients to address not only bothersome physical symptoms but also emotional and cognitive aspects to these conditions that can have a large impact on quality of life.





Our Movement Disorder specialists create a treatment program that is tailored to the specific needs of the patient. Treatment regimens may include medication management, lifestyle modification, and disease-specific education and support. In some cases, botulinum toxin injections or surgical treatments such as deep brain stimulation (DBS) may be appropriate.


Movement Disorders and Sleep



Clinical Trials


Movement Disorders Clinical Trials