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Interdisciplinary Evaluation

The VCU Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Center interdisciplinary evaluation allows patients to access sub-specialty care providers in one location. This evaluation will include assessments by the professionals described below, and will result in a comprehensive treatment plan that will address each individual's needs. This treatment plan will be shared with other healthcare providers managing a patient's care.

Movement Disorder Neurology

The movement disorder neurologist evaluation includes assessment of symptoms, including non-motor features.

Clinical Neuropsychology

The neuropsychologist examines thinking skills such as attention, speed of thinking, visual and language skills, learning and memory, problem-solving, reasoning, and other brain and behavior functions including mood and quality of life.

Neurosurgery

The neurosurgeon and nursing team provide full assessments, pre-operative and post-operative care for deep brain stimulation (DBS)

Physical Therapy

The physical therapist evaluates conditioning, balance, coordination and motor skills.

Speech Therapy

The speech therapist evaluates speaking and swallowing.

As part of VCU Medical Center, our patients have access to other services as recommended by our team.

Clinical Research

Our clinical research projects are conducted in the same building as clinical appointments.

View our current projects.

For more information, contact Ginger Norris, MGC vwnorris@vcu.edu or (804) 662-5307.


Make an Appointment

Please call (804) 360-4NOW (4669) to schedule an appointment.