Struthers Parkinson’s Center
Compassionate care for Parkinson's in the Twin Cities
As a Parkinson’s Foundation Center of Excellence, we provide top medical, rehabilitation and support services to help you and your family navigate life with Parkinson’s. It’s our goal to give you the best available care to improve your daily life, along with the dedicated support of our team.
We’ve been providing compassionate care for people with Parkinson’s disease for more than 40 years, and we understand the difficult impact movement disorders have on individuals and families.
You and your family can expect a thorough assessment, personalized treatment plan, healing rehabilitation services and resources for support along the way. Together we can improve your independence and quality of life, and help you live well with Parkinson’s disease.
We have two convenient locations in the Twin Cities. Our buildings offer easy accessibility, including automatic doors and free parking.
Through the years, our focus on patient care and advanced treatment options have helped us to become a national leader in Parkinson's care. We are proud to be named a Parkinson's Foundation Center of Excellence, the highest designation in the movement disorders field.
To earn this title, a center must meet rigorous criteria for medical treatment, research, professional education and patient care. Struthers Parkinson's Center is one of only 48 designated centers in the world, and we are honored each day to do the important work of advancing the research and treatment of Parkinson's and other movement disorders.
We offer a full range of medical management, rehabilitation and quality-of-life services. With our experienced team at your side, you and your family can rest assured that you’re getting exceptional care.
- Occupational therapy
- Physical therapy
- Speech therapy
- Deep brain stimulation surgery
- Parkinson’s-specialized exercise classes
- Social worker support
- Education and support classes for caregivers
- Therapeutic day program
Our classes for patients and caregivers provide education and support to help you live well with Parkinson’s disease. From caregiver skills classes to deep brain stimulation informational classes, we’ll equip you with the information you need for any stage of life with a movement disorder.
Struthers Parkinson’s Center began as a collaboration between doctors at Methodist Hospital Parkinson’s Center and beloved advocate and donor, Evelyn Struthers. Through the years, our unique approach to treatment has helped us become a national leader in Parkinson’s care.
“We have real hope for the future.” Hear how a real patient and his wife learned to overcome the physical and emotional challenges of Parkinson’s with our team by their side.