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Dr. Joseph Jankovic

Dr. Joseph Jankovic is a Movement Disorders Neurologist and a member of the IETF Medical Advisory Board

Click on any of the links below to find a Movement Disorder Specialist in your community. Please note physicians must request to be listed and must provide credentials. If there is not a physician in your area listed, contact your local hospital and ask for a Movement Disorders Specialist on staff, as this is the type of physician specializing in essential tremor. The IETF does not list neurosurgeons. Please see your physician for more information and a surgical referral.

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Movement Disorders Care for Veterans

The Parkinson’s Disease Research, Education and Clinical Centers (PADRECCs) treat veterans with other types of movement disorders in addition to PD. Movement disorders are a group of neurological illnesses affecting one’s ability to produce and/or control movement. Other diagnoses commonly treated by the PADRECCs include essential tremor (ET), restless leg syndrome (RLS), dystonia, atypical parkinsonian disorders or “parkinson plus” syndromes (such as Lewy body disease (LBD), progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), multiple system atrophy (MSA), and corticobasal degeneration (CBD)). To learn more about the PADRECCs and for questions regarding eligibility for VA care or for a list of locations, please visit www.parkinsons.va.gov or call 1-800-949-1000 x5769.