Movement Disorders CentreWestern University

Patient Clinic Information

Patient Clinic

The London Movement Disorders Centre provides a variety of clinical care to patients suffering from:

1.  Parkinson’s Disease and other forms of Parkinsonism
2.  Huntington Disease and chorea
3.  Ataxia, Mobility, and Balance Disorders
4.  Dystonia, Tremor and Tourette’s Syndrome
5.  Restless Leg Syndrome and other Movement Disorders


Overall, our clinic sees approximately 3,000 patients per year. Our multidisciplinary team of medical professional follows a collaborative, consultative approach with physicians from various specialties working as a team on patient assessment. Our goal is to train allied staff in our patients’ communities to increase local expertise and to reduce the need to access acute care.  

London MDC provides treatment of movement disorders including surgical treatment through a general movement disorders clinic that has been in operation for more than 15 years.  Injection of botulinum toxin is also a vital service as it is the best treatment option for some conditions. In addition to providing the service within the London region, two outreach clinics are also conducted on a quarterly basis in Windsor and formerly in Thunder Bay. Dr. Jog and the clinic coordinators travel to these locations to reduce the discomfort and expense patients would otherwise incur if forced to travel to London to seek care.  Numerous subspecialty clinics are conducted at the MDC, including Deep Brain Stimulation, Botulinum Toxin Therapy, and satellite clinics in Windsor.

For all clinic appointment inquiries, please call our secretary Daina White at 519-685-8500 x33814.

For all medical inquiries, please call our clinic nurse Heather Russell at 519-685-8500 x35311.