Movement Center News

Our team of experts at the Chase Family Movement Disorders Center is at the forefront of treatment when it comes to Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders.

It is no surprise that they are often quoted in the media on the latest advancements in research or sharing patient stories to empower others. Read through the latest news articles featuring our experts.

Movement Center News

April 04, 2024

7 Common Triggers for Restless Leg Syndrome

Your mind might not be the only thing racing and keeping you awake at night. Up to 15% of Americans [...]

March 27, 2024

5 Myths About Deep Brain Stimulation

Decades ago, the biggest myth about deep brain stimulation (DBS) was that it was “experimental.” Since, that myth has been [...]

May 26, 2023

Stars Dancing for Parkinson’s Raises Money for Wellness Program

The stars were shining brightly as eight amateur dancers took to the stage for the fourth annual Stars Dancing for [...]

May 18, 2023

Treating Parkinson’s: It’s Never Too Late

Fourteen years ago, Rosellen Waiveris felt a constant tingling in her right index finger, like a muscle spasm that just [...]

May 18, 2023

Talk Therapy Can Help Control Tourette’s Tics

The outbursts and involuntary movements of Tourette’s syndrome are often embarrassing, but a tailored type of talk therapy can help [...]

May 18, 2023

Bringing Stiff Person Syndrome to the Forefront

Sometimes all it takes to raise awareness of a rare disease is for a famous person to announce they have [...]

Movement Center Videos

Team-Based Approach to Treat Parkinson's Disease

Dr. Leon Meytin, a neurologist at the Chase Family Movement Disorders Center at Hartford HealthCare, talks about Parkinson's Disease, a progressive brain disease, to raise awareness. There are events coming up for patients and families dealing with the disease.

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