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University of South Alabama Movement Disorders Program

The University of South Alabama (USA) Health stands as the only academic health system along the upper Gulf Coast. It provides excellent healthcare to the region's diverse population, including neuro services to help treat Parkinson's. USA Health neurologists are pioneering new and effective treatments for Parkinson's disease in Mobile, AL as part of their movement disorders program.

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USA treats patients with movement disorders by helping them manage their symptoms and, when possible, addressing the underlying root cause of the disorder. As an academic medical center, they develop and deliver the most effective care to movement disorder patients. For that reason, they also offer clinical trials involving new patients when appropriate. Two Movement Disorder Specialists are on staff at USA along with a host of Neurologists. Locations include University Hospital and Strada Patient Care Center. USA conducts clinical trials on Parkinson's disease. For the latest list of open clinical trials, click below:

Additionally, Dr. Blair Saale, assistant professor and assistant director of clinical education, was one of only six physical therapy faculty from around the country chosen for the Parkinson's Foundation Physical Therapy Faculty Program.

University Hospital

2451 University Hospital Dr.

Mobile, AL 36617

Make an appointment: 1. 251.471.7000


Strada Patient Care Center

1601 Center Street

Mobile, AL 36604

Make an appointment: 1.251.434.3711


Disclaimer: The Parkinson Association of Alabama has confirmed with the University of South Alabama to provide the above information.


University of South Alabama:  Accessed 11/30/2022.

Strada Patient Care Center:  Accessed 11/30/2022.

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