The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Institute is an outpatient program that specializes in the diagnosis and management of Parkinson’s disease and other disorders affecting movement. A multidisciplinary team of neuropsychologists, therapists and allied health professionals optimize each patient’s care, which might include surgical treatments, botulinum toxin therapy for patients with involuntary movements like dystonia, and outside referrals to specialists that can treat vision disturbances and memory difficulties. The institute is involved in several research studies meant to better understand Parkinson’s disease, as well as clinical pharmacotherapy trials that allow patients to try new therapeutics.