The UCSF Parkinson's Disease Clinic is part of the Movement Disorders Clinic in the Department of Neurology at the University of California, San Francisco. This Center is a designated Center of Excellence by the Parkinson's Foundation.
Clinical services are provided by a team of experts who integrate a comprehensive program for therapeutic disease management and a myriad of ancillary services to increase patients' function and quality of life. Services include initial diagnosis, comprehensive evaluation and ongoing treatment management as well as evaluation of complex cases as a second opinion. The patients seen at the Center undergo a complete medical history, physical examination and functional examination, and receive an individualized treatment plan. Free translator services are available.
Depending on need, patients also have access to a variety of services including: physical therapy, occupational therapy, swallowing and speech evaluations, and surgical treatments.
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