A medical team specialized in complex neurological diseases
Barcelona-Parkinson is a group of medical professionals dedicated to the diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of Parkinson´s Disease and other diseases involving abnormal movements (dystonias, tics, choreaic diseases, clinical tremors, myoclonic syndromes, etc.).
The professionals of Barcelona-Parkinson will comprehensively address everything related with the diagnosis, medical treatment, rehabilitation, and surgery for Parkinson, while at the same time providing online support to working teams and medical consultations related with Parkinson´s Disease and other abnormal movements.
Our main challenge is to help patients with difficult-to-treat neurodegenerative diseases improve with medical and surgical procedures.
A clinic with a difference
Barcelona-Parkinson is a medical center that exclusively treats patients with complex neurological diseases (Parkinson, pain, epilepsy, and dystonias) that can be treated with electrical stimulation.
What sets us apart?
At Barcelona-Parkinson we are specialists in invasive functional neurology, with focus on and a multidisciplinary use of rehabilitation, speech therapy, and psychology in all therapies
Our team of professionals
Barcelona-Parkinson is made up of a team of neurologists, neurosurgeons, physiotherapists, and speech therapists with extensive professional experience.
What technology do we use?
In Barcelona-Parkinson we use the latest technology in therapies associated with electrical stimulation to treat Parkinson, chronic pain, epilepsy, and tremors.
Why come to Barcelona-Parkinson?
Barcelona-Parkinson is a pioneering center specializing in therapies and comprehensive pre- and post-operative care, in addition to the surgical solutions we offer.
Dedicated exclusively to your health
Barcelona-Parkinson offers, in addition, solutions to neurological diseases for patients and their families.
Success stories: our patients tell their stories
Barcelona-Parkinson offers services to more than 400 patients with advanced Parkinson, more than 300 patients with pain in the lumbar area or other parts of the body, and more than 1,200 epileptic patients.