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Interventional Movement Disorder Clinic

Comprehensive options for patients experiencing tremors

If you suffer from tremors in your hands, arms, legs, head, or other parts of your body, Parkview’s Interventional Movement Disorder Clinic offers comprehensive diagnosis and treatment options.

The Interventional Movement Disorder Clinic team takes a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach to patient care. The team is led by Tara Kimbason, MD, movement disorder specialist (MDS), director of Parkview’s Movement Disorder Program. Dr. Kimbason is a neurologist with advanced medical expertise in tremor care.

What to expect

The multidisciplinary clinic team will assess your symptoms and medical condition. Based on this thorough, patient-centered approach, they will make an expert diagnosis, discuss your options, answer your questions, and help you determine the course of treatment that’s right for you.

Relief from tremors

Thanks to the latest medical advances and technology, many patients can experience significant relief if not complete control of tremors.

The keys are having:

  • A highly qualified neurologist with in-depth experience in the field who will work in partnership with you.
  • A specialized clinical setting, such as the Interventional Movement Disorder Clinic, that can provide you with convenient access to a range of treatments, including:
  • Medications
  • Physical, occupational, and speech therapies
  • Assistive devices
  • Focused ultrasound
  • Deep brain stimulation (DBS) programming

Procedures like focused ultrasound and DBS are performed by a neurosurgeon, in collaboration with Dr. Kimbason.

A physician referral is needed before an appointment can be scheduled.

Neurosciences Multispecialty Clinic

Parkview Regional Medical Center, Entrance 11
11104 Parkview Circle, Suite 040
Fort Wayne, Indiana 46845

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