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A lack of knowledge about movement disorders means patients are not referred to specialists soon enough. 


Raising awareness empowers people to seek essential specialized care earlier. It's as simple as learning and sharing.


Help boost awareness about these complex and increasingly prevalent disorders. Use #MoveDisorder to share important information every November 29. 


Supporting World Movement Disorders Day is easy! 

Just click an image to download and share about these complex diseases.


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About Specific Disorders

Share facts about some of the most common movement disorders.



Dementia with Lewy bodies


Huntington's disease

Multiple system atrophy



Parkinson's disease

Progressive supranuclear palsy

Restless leg syndrome


Tardive dyskinesia

Tics / Tourette syndrome


Wilson's disease



There are also dozens of other rare, under-researched movement disorders. 

Share Stories

Meet incredible people living with movement disorders, and share their stories.


Charles brought international attention to Huntington's disease.

Roller skating helps Amanda with her dystonia symptoms.

Rodrigo summits mountains with Parkinson's disease.

Nisshaa is an inspiring teacher, writer, and advocate with dystonia.

Peter is a neurologist who helps treat others with Tourette syndrome.

Beth is an active adventurer with Restless Leg Syndrome.

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