PADRECC Southeast is a Multidisciplinary Movement Disorders Clinic (804) 675-5931 or toll-free (800) 784-8381 ext 5931
Our goal is to provide individualized and comprehensive care to veterans and their families with Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders. Because of the progressive nature of these diseases and the wide clinical variability among patients, a multidisciplinary approach is the best approach in managing the symptoms. Innovative strategies and treatment interventions are used to improve functional ability and life satisfaction. Services include: physician consultation, nursing services, multidisciplinary assessment and treatment, medical management, surgical interventions, neuropsychological service, physical, occupational and speech therapy, caregiver resources, educational materials, community education programs, and support groups.
The PADRECC Clinic staff includes: Movement Disorder Specialists (a Neurologist Doctor with extra training in Movement Disorders), a Neurosurgeon, a Neuropsychologist, a Physiatrist (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Doctor), Registered Nurses (in Clinical, Neurosurgical, and Education roles), an Administrative Officer, a Program Support Assistant, and a Research Assistant. Referrals are made to Allied Health Professionals such as Social Workers, Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists, and Dieticians as needed.