Movement Disorders Clinic

If you or your doctor suspects that you have Parkinson’s disease or another movement disorder, or you’ve already been diagnosed with this type of condition, take heart in knowing that UMass Memorial Medical Center is here to help.

Our Movement Disorders Clinic is the region’s most comprehensive program providing advanced clinical expertise for diagnosing and treating movement disorders. We offer you access to the latest medical therapies, botulinum toxin injections, specialized rehabilitation services, and groundbreaking scientific research in movement disorders.

Importantly, our care is tailored to your individual needs and those of your family. Plus, we are strong believers in empowering our patients and their loved ones through education and information sharing—because when you know better, you do better.

In 2023, The Huntington's Disease Society of America named the Movement Disorders Clinic, at UMass Chan Medical School and UMass Memorial Health Center, a regional level 1 Trauma Center in Central Massachusetts, a Center of Excellence Partner site to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Beth Israel Lahey Health. The clinic has been recognized for providing comprehensive patient care, which includes accessing a multidisciplinary team of professionals and clinical research, to support patients with Huntington’s Disease.  The clinical program at UMass Memorial Medical Center is overseen by Dr. Anindita Deb, MD. HDSA Center of Excellence Partner Site at University of Massachusetts Chan School of Medicine/UMass Memorial Health - Huntington's Disease Society of America