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Movement Disorders Field Continues to Expand

In recent years, there has been tremendous growth in new diagnostic information, pharmacological and neurosurgical treatments for movement disorders, as well as a greater understanding of impaired motor control function. MDS offers members and patients an essential link to this knowledge through a variety of resources.

Keep current on what's happening in the Society with updates to the International Congress, educational courses, Regional Sections, patient education, research, rating scales, and much more.

 

MDS Pavilion presentations were attended by many at the International Congress in Hong Kong, October 2018. Catch up on the Society's latest news, events, and programs here:

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MDS Podcast

The MDS Podcast was created with the goal of improving education in Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders, while keeping MDS members, other neurologists, health professionals and neuroscientists updated with novel and clinically-relevant research findings. Listen Here

MDS Blog

The MDS Blog is a forum for visitors to obtain the latest in scientific advances, new developments, and trends in the field of Movement Disorders. This is coordinated by the MDS Scientific Issues Committee.

Comments are welcome; please return often to read about new topics.  

News Releases

Read latest news releases from the Society's International Congress, as well as general updates about the field of Movement Disorders.

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