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, CO. She is also the medical director of Movement Disorders and DBS Services at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood CO and medical advisor for Greenwood Village Neurology programs. 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. She has specialized training in Botulinum toxin (Botox) for dystonia, pain and spasticity as well as deep brain stimulation for tremor, dystonia and Parkinson’s disease
Dr. Giroux is actively advancing quality care and wellness for the Denver community in her position as medical advisor for Greenwood Village in Denver. In this role, she is working to improve the lives of people with neurologic conditions who can no longer live at home; developing both stroke and Parkinson’s specialty programs for people needing skilled nursing and rehabilitation, living in nursing home or assisted care.
She continues her community work as medical director of the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation wellness center ( www.nwpf.org/wellness) , medical director for the National Parkinson’s Foundation Allied Team Training Program and project leader for the National Parkinson’s Foundation Care Center Consortium project. She is a board member for the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation in Seattle and Progressive Health in Englewood, CO.
She is a national speaker on topics related to wellness, healthier brain function and personal healing for people with disability. Her focus of care and research is on the development of interdisciplinary rehabilitation, team medicine, hope and wellness for people with progressive disabling conditions.
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. Visit www.centerformovement.org for more information about the center and these programs.
Dr. Giroux and her staff treat the following conditions: Parkinson’s, Tremor and other involuntary movements, Balance Disorders, Dystonia and Spasticity, Fibromyalgia, Headache, Stroke and Dementia. Her clinic is in the Denver area (Englewood) with satellite offices in Ft. Collins and Boulder, CO.
Movement & Neuroperformance Center of Colorado, PC 499 E Hampden Ave, Suite 250, Englewood, CO 80113