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Speaker: Dr. Elizabeth Chambers Topic: Mood in Parkinson's Disease
Dr. Elizabeth Chambers is fellowship trained in movement disorders specializing in Parkinson's Disease, all types of tremor, dystonia, chorea, ataxia, myoclonic jerks, and tics. Her expertise extends into deep brain stimulation (DBS) programming and botulinum toxin injections. She also has interest in general neurological disorders, particularly dementia, headache, and seizures.
Dr. Chambers appreciates the field of neurology and the complex beauty of the brain, but has an even deeper passion for her patients. Dr. Chambers was chosen by her peers to receive the Stephen Damm Award for excellence and compassion in patient care. She hopes that when a disease cure does not yet exist that she can offer a means to improve quality of life and alleviate suffering.
Outside of her clinic time, Dr. Chambers enjoys spending time with her family and raising her chickens!
- Fellowship in Movement Disorders at University of Texas Southwestern
- Residency in Neurology at University of Texas Southwestern
- Medical School at University of Texas Medical Branch
- Undergraduate Degree in Bachelor of Science at Spring Hill College & Texas Tech University.
- Board Certified in Neurology
- Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, Medical City of Dallas
McKinney, TX 75070