For Medical Professionals

Referrals

The Movement Disorders Program works with referring physicians to determine the best course of treatment for each patient and keeps the referring physician apprised of the patient’s condition. When it is appropriate, the patient is referred back to their primary care physician for continued management, while the movement disorder specialists at Cedars-Sinai remain available for consultation.

Consultation
For physician-to-physician consultations:
Department of Neurology
Phone: 310-423-2407
Email: groupmovdis@cshs.org


Publications

Adam N. Mamelak, MD
Ueli Rutishauser, PhD
Ayesha Sherzai, MD
Michele Tagliati, MD
Konrad Talbot, MD
Echo Tan, MD
Jeffrey Wertheimer, PhD

To review all of the publications from Cedars-Sinai experts, please visit PubMed.


Research and Clinical Trials


Grand Rounds and Conferences

Cedars-Sinai's Neurosciences Grand Rounds offer practical insights into the treatment of complex neurological conditions. Given by our noted multidisciplinary faculty and visiting professors, the courses are geared to the practicing neurologist, neurosurgeon, primary care physician and other medical professionals involved in the management and diagnosis of neurological disorders.

Held every Friday, the courses cover topics that may range from pediatric head trauma management and brain mapping to using functional MRI techniques.

For information
Phone: Academic Program Coordinator Diana Halim, 310-248-6842
Email: diana.halim@cshs.org


Other Conferences

The departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery also present various professional and community conferences throughout the year.


Fellowship and Training Programs

The program also offers a Movement Disorders Fellowship through the Department of Neurology. A one-year fellowship with a second year option for clinical research is offered to qualified applicants. The fellow will take an active role in patient management, counseling and prevention, interventional therapies, including pharmacotherapy, botulinum toxin injections and Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS).

If you are interested in an opportunity to join an expanding Neurology team in a clinical and research environment, please visit our Movement Disorders Fellowship page for more information.