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Old 12-19-2014, 01:00 PM #1
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Smile Moving...help, please

I am moving back to NYS, Corning. I am looking for a neurologist, or should I just go to Richester?
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I am moving back to NYS, Corning. I am looking for a neurologist, or should I just go to Richester?
The Movement and Inherited Neurological Disorders Unit (MIND) at The U of Rochester is very highly regarded. It's one of the three National Parkinson Foundation Centers of Excellence in NY (the other two are in the NYC). If it were me, I would definitely give them a visit as part of your search.
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I am moving back to NYS, Corning. I am looking for a neurologist, or should I just go to Richester?
You can also use Partners in Parkinson's MOVEMENT DISORDER SPECIALIST FINDER. Just put in any USA location and find MDS located in that area:


https://www.partnersinparkinsons.org...der-specialist
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