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Emory University provides complete and comprehensive treatment for mangement of Tourette Syndrome and Tic Disorders.  Emory provides medication management, neurosurgical management, therapeutic proceudres, rehab services and psychology/psychiactric services across the board.  CBIT services are provided through community providers.  Emory participates in top of the line research, including deep brain stimulation. The mission of Emory “is propelled by active research into the underlying mechanisms of disease, novel therapies and technologies, in order to improve the care of our patients.”


[caption id="attachment_150" align="alignleft" width="113"]JL Juncos, MD JL Juncos, MD[/caption]


[caption id="attachment_175" align="alignleft" width="133"]Larry Scahill, MSN, PhD. Larry Scahill, MSN, PhD.[/caption]




To obtain an appointment, referrals and appointment made via phone at (404)778-3444.

To learn more about Emory Healthcare, visit: Emory Movement Disorder Webpage