WE MOVE (Worldwide Education & Awareness for Movement Disorders)

"WE MOVE is a not-for-profit organization that utilizes creativity, innovation, and collaborative approaches to improve awareness, diagnosis, and management of movement disorders among people living with these conditions and the professionals who care for them.  WeMove.org is the  internet's most comprehensive resource for movement disorder information and the hub of movement disorder activities on the web.

Educational Programs and Resources for Professionals
WE MOVE's mission is to facilitate the communication of emerging clinical advances and therapeutic approaches to the management and treatment of movement disorders. Through its award-winning, HON-compliant Web site and as an accredited provider of continuing medical education (CME), WE MOVE strives to meet the educational needs of providers. WE MOVE develops up-to-date training programs and comprehensive, interactive teaching materials to assist professionals in deepening their understanding of neurologic movement disorders…their pathophysiology, etiology, differential diagnosis and state-of-the-art interventions.

Increasing Patient Advocacy
Movement disorders may have profound physical and emotional effects on patients and their families. Patient advocacy organizations may help by providing support and vital information and by raising and distributing research funds. WE MOVE promotes these organizations by publishing our comprehensive International Guide to Movement Disorder Patient Advocacy Groups and Foundations as well as a listing of available grants on the Web site.


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