Movement disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease, are neurological conditions that affect how people move. The Movement Disorders Center at the Cooper Neurological Institute (CNI) is one of South Jersey’s leading providers in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of movement disorders.
Why Choose Cooper for Movement Disorder Care?
Patients and families in the South Jersey community and beyond choose Cooper for movement disorder services because of our:
- Expertise: Our board-certified neurologists combine years of experience with the latest technologies and therapies to deliver expert care for patients with movement disorders. Our care specialists have dedicated their lives to treating patients like you, and you can trust us to find the most effective treatment for your specific circumstances.
- Team approach: At the Cooper Neurological Institute, you have a team of specialists working together on your care. Our neurologists, neurosurgeons, nurses, therapists, and nutritional counselors collaborate to determine the best treatment plan for each patient’s condition. Learn more about the Cooper Neurological Institute.
- Advanced diagnostic tools: Our specialists use detailed imaging tests, including magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron emission tomography (PET), and movement neurophysiology, to effectively diagnose movement disorders.
- Innovative treatment options: Our neurologists and neurosurgeons have expertise in treating movement disorders with Botox® (botulinum toxin) injections, deep brain stimulation, and other innovative therapies. Read more about our neurology program.
- Clinical research efforts: Our staff includes accredited members of the Parkinson’s Study Group and the Huntington’s Study Group, national groups dedicated to clinical research. As one of our patients, you may have access to promising new clinical trials that these groups are developing.
Movement Disorders We Treat
We offer comprehensive evaluation and treatment services for a full range of movement disorders in children and adults, including:
- Huntington’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Progressive supranuclear palsy
- Multiple system atrophy
- Essential tremor