Movement Disorders Center

Movement Disorders Center

The term “movement disorders” covers a broad range of conditions that cause impaired movement in an individual. Movement disorders are neurological conditions.

Movement disorders can include:

View a list of other neurologic disorders we treat.

Movement Disorders: Why Choose Wake Forest 

At Wake Forest Baptist Health, we are proud of our dedicated Movement Disorders Center, the largest program of its kind in the Carolinas.

We established The Center to bring together physicians with special expertise in Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. Our doctors are world-renowned for their work in diagnosing and treating movement disorders. The expertise and collaboration among our physicians, the top experts in their fields, translates into premium care for you.

Meet our movement disorders multidisciplinary team

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Allison Brashear, MD, professor and chair of the Department of Neurology at Wake Forest Baptist, has been leading the way in the treatment of patients with movement disorders and spasticity for 20 years.

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