The Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder Center at The Queen’s Medical Center Neuroscience Institute is Hawaii’s first and only “Comprehensive Care Center” accredited by Parkinson’s Foundation and part of their “Global Care Network”. Parkinson’s Foundation recognizes medical facilities with specialized, multi-disciplinary teams providing evidence-based PD care. Each center is required to meet rigorous care, professional training, community education and outreach criteria.
Global Care Network designation means that patients in Hawaii do not have to travel to the mainland for advanced care for Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. We are able to provide all the services that patients may need for the treatment of even the most complex movement disorders.
Our center provides multi-disciplinary program dedicated to comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of movement disorders. We believe in a team-based approach, which includes highly trained movement specialists (neurosurgeons and neurologists), ancillary providers and staff.
Movement disorders include a wide range of neurological illnesses and conditions that affect the basal ganglia and movement circuit of the brain.
The most well-known movement disorder is Parkinson’s disease, but there are others, such as:
The Queen’s Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder Center is ready to provide the widest spectrum of treatments available: