Working Together to Provide the Best Care Possible

Rocky Mountain Movement Disorders Center provides the highest quality of care for patients with neurological movement disorders. Neurological Movement Disorders are complex, so for the best possible results, we need your help to obtain related medical records. Quality treatment starts with complete information. We schedule patients to be seen after we have received their medical records in order to provide the highest level of care.

  1. Please provide medical records from providers who have seen you regarding your movement disorders problem(s) such as Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, dystonia, etc. Most important records are from your prior treating neurologist(s), if you have seen one or more such specialist, or from the primary care physician who is referring you, if you have not seen a neurologist previously.
  2. If you have commercial insurance, we require a referral from your primary care physician or your current neurologist. For certain types of managed Medicare plans, we require a referral from your primary care physician.
  3. If you have had a prior MRI or CT scan of the brain, we would like to have the report and a CD of the images to personally review. For patients with cervical dystonia, it may be helpful to obtain the MRI or CT scan of the cervical spine if these have been performed previously.
  4. If neuropsychological testing has been performed previously, please arrange for the neuropsychologist to send us the report since cognitive or emotional difficulties can significantly impact the best choice of treatment for you.
  • Presymptomatic patients: If previously tested, we need a copy of the genetic testing results.  If not previously tested, please provide a short letter about your family background with Huntington’s disease, including if and why you would like to be tested.  Please call our new patient intake coordinator for more details.
  • Symptomatic patients: If previously tested, we need a copy of the genetic testing results.  We also need the medical records from the patient’s current treating physician/neurologist.
  • Prior to being seen in HD clinic, patients will receive a phone call from our social worker to obtain additional history and intake information to better optimize care for the patient’s first visit. This will ensure that the patient sees all the appropriate provider types, such as clinical psychology and physical therapy, as well as neurology.


New Patient Packet

Please fill out this packet and bring it with you to your first appointment. For your convenience, you may fill the form out on your computer and print the completed form with the exception of the Medication List. – Please note that the form(s) must be printed. The information you enter onto the form may not be saved for later use such as email; Adobe Reader is required to view the forms.

Medication List

We are very careful with your medications. Because of this, we require that you bring with you, to every appointment, a completed Medication List. This form will need to be printed and filled out by hand.

Medical Records Request

If you need to request that your current doctor’s office send us your medical records, please fill out this form and send it to them.


1.) If this will be your first visit, please plan to spend several hours with us.  A typical New Patient visit can last anywhere from 2 to 4 hours.  Our providers are very thorough.

2.) After your visit, we will submit all of your progress notes to your treating providers. We want to make sure all of your physicians are kept informed of your progress.  If you have specific providers you would like us to include  when we send out our progress notes, please indicate this to us on your paper work.  Please include their contact information as well as a fax number.

3.) Our providers require, at every visit, that you bring a completed Medication List.  They do not want to miss a thing!

4.) Finally, you will receive the best care possible. If you are a current patient and have any questions about your care, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Patient Communication Portal

Due to the insecure nature of email, it is not recommended that current patients contact our office by email. If you are an existing patient and you would like to contact us online, it is recommended that you do so through our online Patient Portal. The Patient Portal will allow you to communicate with our nurse, check medications, request appointments & schedule changes, and request a limited amount of your medical records. If you have not already registered for Patient Portal access, please call our office and request that your chart be “Web-Enabled”. Our Receptionist will gladly assist you with this. Once we Web-Enable your chart, you will receive an email with further instructions to complete your Portal registration.

Patient Portal

Billing Questions?

If you have a billing question or concern, please reach out to one of our qualified professionals who can help you navigate through the insurance billing and collections process. You may contact Phyllis Mahoney, Billing Specialist, at 303-867-5475 or Mona Shriver, Billing Manager, at 303-357-5458.