Movement Disorders

Innovative treatment, respectful care.
Movement Disorders

Capistrant Center for Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders

The HealthEast Capistrant Center 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:

  • Medication
  • Deep brain stimulation (DBS)
  • Baclofen therapy
  • Botox therapy
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapy
 

MEET THE CAPISTRANT CENTER TEAM

Laura Y. Li, MD
Neurology

Jane T. Siegal, PSY
Psychologist - Licensed

Danielle J. Koenig, FNP
Family Nurse Practitioner

Capistrant Center for Parkinson's Disease & Movement Disorders

Located in the Outpatient Services area on B-Level of Bethesda Hospital

Bethesda Hospital
559 Capitol Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55103

Capistrant Center classes & support groups

Jan
08

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness class: Tai Chi is a Chinese exercise of slow circular movements that help promote energy flow and a sense of...

Jan
22

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness class: Tai Chi is a Chinese exercise of slow circular movements that help promote energy flow and a sense of...

Jan
24

Yoga for People with Parkinson's

Yoga is a group of physical and mental practices that originated in ancient India. This yoga can be done standing, sitting or lying on a mat. Have fun,...

Jan
29

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness class: Tai Chi is a Chinese exercise of slow circular movements that help promote energy flow and a sense of...

Jan
31

Yoga for People with Parkinson's

Yoga is a group of physical and mental practices that originated in ancient India. This yoga can be done standing, sitting or lying on a mat. Have fun,...

Feb
05

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness class: Tai Chi is a Chinese exercise of slow circular movements that help promote energy flow and a sense of...

Feb
07

Yoga for People with Parkinson's

Yoga is a group of physical and mental practices that originated in ancient India. This yoga can be done standing, sitting or lying on a mat. Have fun,...

Feb
12

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness class: Tai Chi is a Chinese exercise of slow circular movements that help promote energy flow and a sense of...

Feb
14

Yoga for People with Parkinson's

Yoga is a group of physical and mental practices that originated in ancient India. This yoga can be done standing, sitting or lying on a mat. Have fun,...

Feb
19

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness

Tai Chi for Parkinson's and Wellness class: Tai Chi is a Chinese exercise of slow circular movements that help promote energy flow and a sense of...

Dancing with Parkinson's class

Contact Us

Appointments and classes for Alzheimer's & Memory Loss Clinic, Brain Injury Clinic, Concussion Clinic or the Capistrant Center and therapy services.

651-326-2150
General fax: 651-326-2137
New patient fax: 651-326-9227 (referral requests only)

Hours

Monday - Friday, 8 am to 4: 30 pm

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Refer a patient to Outpatient Services

Contact us for more information about referral requirements.


651-326-2150
New patient fax: 651-326-9227 (referral requests only)

Outpatient Services referral form

Referrals are not required to make appointments at our Memory Loss, Brain Injury or Concussion clinics, or at the Capistrant Center. But be sure to check with your insurance plan for info on coverage for outpatient services.

Neuropsychology and therapy programs

A referral form completed by your referring physician is required for neuropsych, and for outpatient physical, occupational, speech and other therapy programs.