Movement Disorders Center
The Plummer Movement Disorders Center (PDMC) at Scott & White, within the Neuroscience Institute offers a variety of treatments for patients suffering from movement disorders-such as Parkinson's disease, tremors, restless legs syndrome, chorea, dystonia and jerks. The PMDC is a division of Scott & White's Neurology Department within the Neuroscience Institute.
The PMDC is a National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) designated Care Center and serves the needs of movement disorders patients, caregivers and healthcare providers in the Central Texas community and vicinity.
Movement disorders are neurological conditions that affect speed, fluency, quality and ease of movement. Abnormal fluency or speed of movement may involve excessive or involuntary movement (hyperkinesia), or slow or absent voluntary movement (hypokinesia).
Support Groups and Classes
The Plummer Movement Disorder Center hosts a number of events for Parkinson's Disease patients and their caregivers.
Disorders Treated at PMDC
The PMDC offers specialized services for referred patients with all movement disorders, including:
- Parkinson's Disease and other degenerative Parkinsonian syndromes
- Restless Legs Syndrome
- Tardive Dyskinesia and other drug-induced movements
- Tic Disorders
- Chorea and Huntington's Disease
Appointments and Referrals
To schedule a consultation with our movement disorders specialist see your primary care physician or neurologist for a referral. The physician referral number is 800-792-3368 or 254-724-2218.
If you have previously been seen in our center, call 254-724-4179 (Temple) or 512-509-0200 (Scott & White Healthcare - Round Rock) to set up an appointment.