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Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's Disease

The Neurosciences Institute at Albany Med provides comprehensive
treatments and support to patients and families dealing with Parksinson's disease.

Parkinson's Disease


At the Neurosciences Institute at Albany Medical Center, our goal is to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to patients with Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. As an academic oriented practice, we are able to offer advanced diagnostic treatment and research capabilities as well as clinical drug trials and innovative surgical procedures.

Our physicians are subspecialty trained and have devoted their clinical practice and academic work to this specific area of neurology. Our entire staff has extensive experience helping patients with Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. It is our hope to use this unique experience to improve the lives of our patients and their families.

Some common symptoms include shaking tremors, slow movements, stiffness, slow, problems with balance and coordination, depression and difficulty sleeping. For a more extensive list of symptoms, click here.  

For more information about Parkinson’s disease, or to schedule an appointment at the Neurosciences Institute at Albany Medical Center, please call (518) 262-6611(Movement Disorders) or (518) 262-5226 (Neurology).

FEATURED VIDEOS

Deep Brain Stimulation

YNN - Deep Brain Stimulation

Watch this story by YNN's Marcie Frasier explaining the benefits of deep brain stimulation.

Parkinson's Disease on HealthLink

Watch as Dr. Eric Molho and Dr. Julie Pilitsis discuss the latest treatment options for Parkinson's disease and people living with Parkinson's share their experiences on WMHT's HealthLink. 


Meet Bob
When musician Bob Girouard received a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, his drumming career was halted. Using advanced deep brain stimulation technology, neurologists and neurosurgeons at Albany Med were able to control Bob’s symptoms—giving him his beat back.
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