Rocky Mountain Movement Disorders Center is located in Englewood, Colorado.  Dr. Kumar, an internationally recognized neurologist, directs patient care and research initiatives.  Our Mission is to provide the highest quality, state of the art care for all patients and families affected by movement disorders.
National Parkinson Foundation Care Center
Huntington’s Disease Society of America Center of Excellence

Botulinum toxin treatment (Botox)
For dystonia, head tremor, spasticity, and other involuntary movements
Botox injections selectively reduce involuntary movements (eye closing, foot posturing, jaw clenching, writer’s cramp, head tremor, and abnormal head positioning) without causing generalized side effects. Learn More about Botox  

Clinical trials and research
Cutting edge treatment
New experimental therapy not yet available to the general public for Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and other movement disorders.    Learn More About Clinical Trials

Greg Climbs a 14-er!
How DBS helped Greg reach his goal
Greg was diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson’s disease at age 32, and with the help of DBS surgery was able to finally summit a 14-er.    Learn More About Greg’s Story

Deep brain stimulation
Brain surgery to treat Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, and essential tremor
Deep brain stimulation can significantly improve quality of life in patients with disabling tremor, motor fluctuations, involuntary movements (dystonia or dyskinesia) and medication induced side effects can be markedly reduced.  Learn More about DBS

Patient care
We strive for compassion and excellence
Advanced, individualized patient care using a multidisciplinary team approach.Learn More About Us

Our Team

Rajeev Kumar, M.D., Medical Director

Dr. Rajeev Kumar is one of the world’s foremost experts on movement disorders, with unparalleled experience and expertise treating and researching Parkinson’s Disease, Huntington’s Disease, Dystonia, and many other debilitating movement disorders.

Victoria Segro, M.S.N., ANP-C

Victoria is a nurse practitioner who specializes in treatment of Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, and tremor. She is one of few nurse practitioners worldwide with experience leading clinical research trials.

Christy Wainright, Practice Manager

Christy Wainwright oversees all day-to-day operations as Practice Manager for the Rocky Mountain Movement Disorder Center to ensure the clinic runs smoothly. With over 19 years in healthcare, she has extensive specialty experience in Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery,  ICD-10, Billing,  Accounting, and more.  Christy has extensive knowledge of coding, reimbursement, Medicare, commercial carrier rules and regulations, HIPAA regulations, and more. This makes her one of the foremost experts. Christy greatly enjoys assisting patients with their questions, concerns and feedback.   In addition, she highly enjoys working alongside the team at Rocky Mountain Movement Disorder Center.


RMMDC Research

RMMDC is one of the top enrolling research centers in the world for clinical research on Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, dystonia, tremor, and other movement disorders.

Appointment Request

If you would like to become a patient of the Rocky Mountain Movement Disorders Center, please call our office at (303) 357-5455, and select option 4.  Or you may visit our Contact page for more information.

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Why choose our clinic?

Together, our team has over 100 years of experience in the treatment of Movement Disorders and we are experts.  Our clinic serves the largest number of patients with Movement Disorders in the state of Colorado. We are affiliated with the Colorado Neurological Institute, and are the National Parkinson Foundation Care Center.  We are also recognized as a Center of Excellence for the Huntington Disease Society of America for the Rocky Mountain Region.