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Movement Disorders Program

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The Department of Neurology

Division of Neurological Services

Movement Disorders Program

Movement disorders are comprised of a variety of conditions resulting in abnormalities in the motor system and can occur in any age group. Such disorders include Parkinson's disease and other Parkinsonian syndromes, tremors, dystonia, Tourette's syndrome, spasticity and Huntington's chorea. Our multidisciplinary comprehensive program consists of specialists in adult and pediatric movement disorders, neurobehavioral science, and stereotactic neurosurgery who provide state-of-the-art diagnosis, Botulinum toxin, therapy, and patient education for both adult and pediatric patients.

In addition, the program offers botulinum toxin treatment; physical and occupational therapy; advanced techniques in neuroradiology, PET, and SPECT scanning; and deep brain stimulation services.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Telephone Number
(310) 206-2154 Information and appointments
(310) 206-3183 Information and appointments
(310) 206-9799 Information and appointments

Website
http://www.neurology.ucla.edu/index.jsp?m=2&s=4_6
PHYSICIANS & SPECIALISTS
Director Specialty
Bronstein, Jeff MD, PhD Neurology

Physician
Bordelon, Yvette MD, PhD Neurology
Farag, Emad MD Neurology
Portera-Cailliau, Carlos MD Neurology
Treciokas, Leo MD, PhD Neurology
Wu, Allan MD Neurology
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Specialty
Neurology

Body System Location
Brain and Nerves