Get Care & Support
Receiving a movement disorder diagnosis is like a fork in the road — it changes one’s life trajectory. The members of the Parkinson’s Disease & Movement Disorders Center are committed to easing this journey by providing supportive programs and resources to patients, families, caregivers and the community at large. Through our support groups, classes and innovative offerings, we strive to provide you with a place to connect with others, gain new perspectives and share coping strategies with others going through similar experiences.
The members of the Parkinson’s Disease & Movement Disorders Center provide clinical patient care through Feinberg-affiliated care sites. See our Specialized Care Programs section to learn more about the conditions addressed by our center.
To meet with one of the Northwestern Medicine clinic's movement disorders specialists, call the clinical affiliate practice phone number at 312-695-7950. This phone is answered by clinic staff between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Outside of these hours, the answering service is there to make sure you have access to a physician in case of an emergency. Find more information via the Northwestern Medicine site's appointment page.
Follow the link below to receive our newsletters for patients with movement disorders and their family and caregivers, or head to NM.org to read past newsletters.
Support Groups & Classes
We offer monthly support groups and classes for people with movement disorders, their family members and care partners of people living with a movement disorder.