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At the Movement Disorders Center of Arizona (MDCA), patients are under the expert medical care of its director Dr. Virgilio Gerald H. Evidente, M.D. After more than 20 years of academic practice in Scottsdale, AZ in the field of movement disorders, Dr. Evidente has gained national and international recognition in his field of expertise, and is an authority in effectively diagnosing and treating movement disorders.

  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Atypical parkinsonism, including Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), and Corticobasal Ganglionic Degeneration (CDGD)
  • Secondary parkinsonism from various causes including stroke, medications, trauma, metabolic conditions, endocrine disorders (like thyroid or parathyroid disease), tumors, paraneoplastic syndrome, autoimmune disorders, radiation, toxins and heavy metals, etc.
  • Normal pressure hydrocephalus
  • Essential Tremor
  • Orthostatic Tremor
  • Tremor secondary to various causes including medications, trauma, metabolic conditions, endocrine disorders (like thyroid or parathyroid disease), tumors, paraneoplastic syndrome, autoimmune disorders, radiation, toxins and heavy metals, etc.
  • Focal, multifocal, segmental or generalized dystonia
  • Idiopathic, genetic, and secondary dystonia
  • Craniofacial dystonia (including blepharospasm, jaw dystonia, tongue dystonia, Meige syndrome, and spasmodic dysphonia)
  • Cervical dystonia or torticollis
  • Trunk or limb dystonia; writer’s cramp; musician’s dystonia; occupational dystonia
  • Lubag syndrome or X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism

Cerebellar Ataxia

Restless Legs Syndrome and Periodic Limb Movements of Sleep

Myoclonus

Tics and Tourette’s syndrome

Chorea, ballism and Huntington's disease

  • Paroxysmal dyskinesias
  • Psychogenic movement disorders
  • Gait disorders or imbalance
  • Hemifacial spasm
  • Tardive dyskinesias
  • Painful legs moving toes syndrome
  • Dystonia (blepharopasm, jaw dystonia, tongue dystonia, Meige syndrome, cervical dystonia, trunk dystonia, limb dystonia, writer’s cramp)
  • Hemifacial spasm and other facial dyskinesias
  • Tremor (of head or upper limb)
  • Migraine headaches not sufficiently treated by oral medications; myofascial pain syndrome
  • Spasms and limb spasticity (from stroke, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, etc)
  • Hypersalivation (drooling) and hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating)
  • Motor tics
  • Painful legs moving toes