Swedish Medical Center and the CNI Movement Disorders Center, Denver
Advanced Care for Parkinson's Disease, Essential Tremor, Huntington's Disease, Dystonia, Tourette's Syndrome, & Spasticity
Movement Disorders are among the most diverse and complex diseases to both diagnose and treat, requiring a high degree of specialized medical expertise, advanced diagnostic technology and superior treatment capabilities. Swedish Medical Center and the CNI Movement Disorders Center work in partnership to provide the region's foremost center for the treatment and research of Parkinson's Disease, essential tremor, Huntington's Disease, dystonia, Tourette's Syndrome, spasticity and other movement disorders. In addition, the CNI Movement Disorders Center is recognized as a Center of Excellence by the Huntington's Disease Society of America and the National Parkinson's Foundation.
Specialized, Coordinated Care
Our interdisciplinary team of highly trained physicians, nurse practitioners, nurse assistants, neuropsychologists, social workers and physical and occupational therapists provides patients with comprehensive, specialized care. Together, these experienced professionals provide the most comprehensive evaluation and treatment options available to achieve the best possible results for each patient.
The state-of-the-art technology of Swedish and CNI provides surgeons with the resources necessary to perform stereotactic surgery as well as the highly complex placement of sub-thalamic nucleus deep brain stimulators (STN DBS), which are also referred to as "brain pacemakers." In fact, Swedish is the major provider of this service in the Rocky Mountain Region due to the advanced capabilities required.
Swedish and CNI offer complete treatment programs for a full range of movement disorders, including:
In addition to the traditional treatments for movement disorders, Swedish physicians are engaged in numerous clinical trials that enable patients to capitalize on the very latest developments in surgeries, medications and other forms of treatment.