Dr. Monique Giroux, MD is a board certified in Neurologist and the only physician in the US fellowship trained in Movement disorders and Integrative medicine. She is co-founder of the Movement and Neuroperformance Center of Colorado in Englewood and Ft Collins, CO. Dr. Giroux’s clinic offers the continuum of care for people with chronic neurologic conditions through an integration of medical, rehabilitative and wellness based care. Dr. Giroux received her medical degree from Ohio State University, completed her Neurology residency at Yale, a 2 year Movement Disorders fellowship at Emory University and a fellowship in holistic health and Integrative Medicine at the University of AZ. Prior to opening her new center, Dr. Giroux developed and directed comprehensive movement disorders clinics at the Cleveland Clinic and the Booth Gardner Parkinson’s Center in Seattle.
Dr. Giroux also specializes in mind-body medicine and mindfulness therapy which she has adapted to neurological conditions and has produced a series of mindfulness- based wellness programs as well as nutrition, fitness and stress management programs for people living with Neurologic disease. She has authored numerous books in the field of Parkinson’s disease. Her latest project Eating Smart is the first book in the Brain Smart Living Series set to be published i 2016 to give you the information and practical tips to live a brain health lifestyle.