The Capistrant Center at Bethesda Hospital provides medical evaluations, treatment, support and resources for those with Parkinson's disease and movement disorders.
We understand that a diagnosis of Parkinson's or a movement disorder can be frightening for you and your family. With that in mind, our team focuses on giving you personalized, compassionate and respectful care.
We focus on your needs by sharing techniques for daily living and providing the latest treatment options and therapies, including:
- Deep brain stimulation (DBS)
- Baclofen therapy
- Botox therapy
- Physical, occupational and speech therapy
Education & support
Education is one of the most important tools patients and families have in treating movement disorders. We offer exercise and wellness classes geared specifically to those with movement disorders. We also offer a Parkinson's support group, a safe place for patients and families to share information, as well as receive and provide support.
Find out about classes and support groups at Bethesda.
Contact us at 651-326-2150.
Get information about referral requirements here.
New patient forms
Prior to your first appointment, please read the first appointment instructions and make sure to bring all the requested items with you.