Parkinson’s disease is caused when the body doesn’t produce enough of a brain chemical called dopamine, which affects body movements.
Our team is ready to diagnosis and treat any movement disorder that is impacting your life. At the Center for Parkinson's Disease and Related Movement Disorders at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center in Columbus, Ohio, we offer a unique approach to your care. This includes experts from different medical specialties, so you receive the exact help you need for the greatest control of even your most complex symptoms.
Once you have an exact diagnosis, we’ll help you integrate care into your daily life and simplify scheduling by coordinating multiple doctor appointments in the same day, whenever possible. This means you might meet first with your Neurology team and then with other specialists who have experience treating individuals with movement disorders, such as a urologist for bladder problems or an ophthalmologist for vision issues.
Our goal is to help you spend less time focused on your disorder, so you have more time to do the things you love.
Our experienced team will partner with you to create a personalized treatment plan that provides the best care for all the years ahead, always adjusting as your symptoms and life plans change. While our core clinical team deals with movement disorders every day, we also work closely with other specialists at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center to address any related conditions that you may experience, such as sleep disturbances, urology concerns and depression. Whatever you face, we’ll face it with you!
Dr. Park manages care for patients with all types of movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, tremor and dystonia.
Dr. Dalm is a neurosurgeon specializing in pain and functional neurosurgical disorders. His work includes research into the benefits of neuromodulation therapy for a patient.
Goas specializes in movement disorders and has experience in clinical trials, including new medication symptomatic interventions, deep brain stimulation and intestinal pump drug delivery systems.
Davis is part of the clinical trials team and has experience with advanced therapies, such as deep brain stimulation for a variety of movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease, dystonia and tremor disorders.
Truelove has specialized training in both cognitive disorders and movement disorders and is part of the research team in both neurology divisions.
Ambrogi serves as the clinical research manager movement disorders, specifically Parkinson's disease and other tremor disorders. In coordination with the Center for Clinical Research Management, she coordinates, plans, develops and implements clinical protocols in accordance with research parameters set by the principle investigator.
Dr. Braden is the Parkinson’s disease team coordinator in outpatient rehabilitation. He is a board-certified neurologic clinical specialist, treating patients with a variety of neurologic injury and disease.
Grim, as a social worker, provides support for our patients and their caregivers. She shares information on community resources, long-term care and home health, Medicare and Medicaid, work-related issues and more.
We bring together neurologists, neurosurgeons, psychiatrists and physical medical and rehabilitation specialists to offer unique expertise for a range of physical and mental conditions.
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