Our Clinics

The Movement Disorders Division at Massachusetts General Hospital has over seventy years of history providing diagnosis, treatment and support to adult and pediatric patients with a variety of movement disorders in several specialized clinics:

Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Clinic

Recognized by the Parkinson's Foundation as a Center of Excellence for our dedication to Parkinson’s research, clinical care, and outreach.

Dystonia Clinic

A regional referral center for adult and pediatric patients seeking specialized care and treatment for generalized dystonia, writer's cramp and all other types of dystonia.

Huntington's Disease Center of Excellence

Recognized as a Huntington's Disease Society Center of Excellence for our comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to treating patients with Huntington's.

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Clinic

Recognized as a CurePSP Center of Care by the CurePSP Foundation, the leading foundation for PSP research and care.

Tourette Syndrome Center of Excellence

A specialized multidisciplinary clinic and regional referral center for adult and pediatric patients with Tourette syndrome and other tic disorders.

Deep Brain Stimulation

With Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS), surgeons are able to deliver precisely measured electrical impulses to very small areas of the brain that can improve many symptoms of movement disorders.

Research & Clinical Trials

We conduct a wide variety of clinical trials and studies to advance research into movement disorders and develop new treatments.

Over 70 Years of Leadership

Our division has been a leader in diagnosis, treatment and support for people with movement disorders for more than 70 years.

Training the Next Generation of Leaders in Movement Disorders

The Mass General Movement Disorders Fellowship is a two-year program that combines a strong research focus with clinical care in a variety of areas.

Dr. Penney was amazingly caring and was focused on the situation at hand. She gave me a clear explanation of my plan of care. I feel blessed to have her as one of my care providers.

– patient in the Movement Disorders Division

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