Department of Neurology

Movement Disorders

Movement Disorders refers to a group of neurological conditions that can cause altered coordination of movements. Often presented as either increased movements or reduced/slowed movements. These movements may be voluntary or involuntary. The University of Washington Movement Disorder Clinic provides diagnosis and treatment for Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, tremor, and other neurological conditions from leading experts in the field. The clinic works to facilitate patients’ access to the latest in research pertaining to movement disorders and clinical innovations within the field. For more information on ongoing research, please navigate to the clinical studies tab. To locate the University of Washington Center of Excellence for Huntington’s Disease, follow the link below.  

Huntington’s Disease Center of Excellence (COE):