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HELP US SHAPE THE FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE

Transforming care and treatments for Movement Disorders


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Our world-class team of physicians and researchers is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for patients today while developing cures and novel treatments for tomorrow.
 
 
DELIVERING PATIENT-CENTERED CARE
The Movement Disorders Center (MDC) provides innovative interdisciplinary care. Our team-based approach ensures each patient receives individualized care to improve quality of life and address the many symptoms of movement disorders. By harnessing the expertise of over 30 providers and clinical and research affiliates, and the power of state-of-the-art technology, we offer our patients innovative, comprehensive care on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus.
 
 
REDEFINING THE CARE OF TOMORROW
In addition to providing unparalleled patient care, MDC physicians and researchers are transforming the care of tomorrow. Our faculty are pushing the boundaries of science and technology, creating improved diagnostic tools and developing therapies to halt or slow the progression of disease and improve quality of life. We are also training the next generation of clinicians and scientists to continue our mission of improving the lives of patients and families affected by movement disorders.
 
 
YOUR SUPPORT HAS THE POWER TO
·       attract and retain top talent to treat patients, advance research, and train the next generation of physician-scientists.
·       accelerate leading-edge research and discovery that holds the promise of new, more efficient therapies.
·       implement innovative treatments for people living with Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders.
·       provide community outreach, including educational events and patient assistance programs.
 
 
Private support is essential to pushing the boundaries of science and bringing life-changing research to patients who need it most. With your support, we will continue to provide the region's most comprehensive care and conduct innovative research that will transform health care around the country.
 
 
Learn more about you can transform lives.
Carrie Radant Flynn
303-724-9146
giving.cu.edu/parkinsons

 


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