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The Rocky Mountain Movement Disorders Center

Leaders in treating Parkinson’s Disease, Dystonia, Huntington’s Disease, and other Movement Disorders.

The National Leaders in Treating Movement Disorders

WE CARE FOR PATIENTS

Rocky Mountain Movement Disorders Center serves the largest number of patients with Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders in Colorado.  We offer comprehensive and customized treatment plans for our patients to have the highest quality of life.

Dr. Rajeev Kumar, MD

Dr. Rajeev Kumar is one of the world’s foremost experts on movement disorders, with unparalleled experience and expertise treating and researching Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease, Dystonia, and many other debilitating movement disorders. Trained at the renowned Mayo Clinic, Dr. Kumar has two decades of experience working in the fields of Neurology and Movement Disorders, and as Medical Director of the Rocky Mountain Movement Disorders Center and director of the Huntington’s Disease Center of Excellence at the Colorado Neurological Institute, he has solidified his status as one of the most trusted and respected professionals in the field.

Dr. Kumar has been dedicated to the care of patients with movement disorders in Colorado since 1998. He has been designated a Dystonia Doctor of Excellence by the Dystonia Medical Research Foundation.Dr. Kumar and his team serve individuals with movement disorders from early adulthood through advanced age. Our center is dedicated to helping patients with serious neurologic conditions achieve their life goals.

FEATURED TEAM MEMBERS

Victoria Segro, M.S.N., ANP-C

Victoria is a nurse practitioner who specializes in treatment of Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and tremor. She is one of few nurse practitioners worldwide with experience leading clinical research trials.

Clinical Trials Research Team

  • Parkinson’s Disease Clinical Trials

  • Lewy Body Dementia Clinical Trials

  • Huntington’s Disease Research Studies

Administrative Team

RMMDC has a dedicated team of administrative professionals to help patients and make the healthcare delivery process as easy as possible. Bonnie Kutauskas, office manager, leads this group of individuals.  Lorrie Pillow receives new patient inquiries and helps them through the scheduling process.  Tamara Danielli schedules new and follow-up patient appointments as well tests.  Laura Lawson and Resa Herman diligently aid patients with insurance and billing issues.  Paige Winder and Mary Samson work on the back end helping Bonnie with all bookkeeping and accounting matters.

  • We serve the largest number of patients with Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders in Colorado

  • We are the National Parkinson Foundation Care Center for Colorado

  • We are the Huntington’s Disease Society of America Center of Excellence for the Rocky Mountain Region

Learn More about Lewy Body Dementia

Clinical trials are now being conducted of new investigational medications for Lewy Body Dementia to determine if they may safely improve symptoms.  There are currently no approved FDA-approved medications for treatment of this disorder.  Clinical trials assess drugs that are not yet approved by the FDA and by participating in these trials, individuals may obtain access to these investigational new medications.  To learn more about Lewy Body Dementia and clinical trials visit our Lewy Body Dementia page.

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Despite Parkinson’s, Greg Climbed One of the Highest Mountains in the US

At the age of 59, with a 27-year history of Parkinson’s disease under his belt, Greg made it to the top; “Dr. Kumar has been so supportive of me reaching this dream that he even said he would climb it with me,” Hatstat explains. Mt. Harvard, near Buena Vista, is a very difficult climb. It’s the third-highest peak in Colorado and the fourth-highest in the contiguous United States, rising 4,400 feet in 6.5 miles to a summit of 14,433 feet.”

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Huntington’s Research

We are currently recruiting patients with early to mid-stage Huntington’s for a clinical trial, as well as patients of various gene statuses (unknown, positive, and negative) for an observational trial.

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Parkinson’s Research

We are currently conducting multiple clinical trials and recruiting both early and advanced Parkinson’s patients from across the nation.

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Dystonia Treatment

Patients with diverse types of dystonia such as blepharospasm, limb, and cervical dystonia, can benefit from treatment with Botox.

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