Movement Disorder Clinics
UCONN Health Center
The Huntington's Disease (HD) Program of the University of Connecticut Health Center provides care, treatment and education to patients with HD and their families. Persons eligible include Connecticut residents who have or are at risk for HD and their family members. The HD Program is also charged with being an educational resource to health services throughout the state of Connecticut.
Appointments: To schedule an appointment or make a referral to the Huntington's Disease Program of the University of Connecticut Health Center, please call 860-679-444.
Bonnie Hennig, MSW, LCSW (Social Worker)
University of Connecticut Health Center
Dowling North Medical Building
263 Farmington Avenue
Yale University School of Medicine
The Movement Disorders Division within the Yale Department of Neurology comprises physicians and scientists dedicated to the recognition, evaluation, treatment, and understanding of the full range of movement disorders. The Yale Movement Disorders Clinic provides consultations and care for patients with Parkinson's disease and related illnesses, tremor disorders, Huntington’s disease and other choreas, dystonias, tic disorders, myoclonus and other movement disorders either caused by primary nervous system dysfunction or secondary to medical illnesses and medications including tardive dyskinesias. The group has a special interest in primary and secondary ataxias, gait disorders, restless legs syndrome and stiff-person syndrome. The physician specialists also provide in-patient consultation to physicians at Yale–New Haven Hospital for the aforementioned movement disorders.
Appointments: To schedule an appointment or make a referral to the Yale Movement Disorders Clinic, please call 203-737-5259 or 203-785-4085.
Yale Neurology Clinics
Yale Physician's Building
800 Howard Avenue, Lower Level
New Haven, CT 06510