•The diagnosis of a movement disorder is mainly clinical; looking at the movement and recognising its characteristics is the main approach for the diagnosis of a movement disorder by the neurologist.
•Therefore the experience of the neurologist is a key factor for an accurate diagnosis.
Investigations such as brain scan, blood tests do not contribute as much to the diagnosis as the neurological examination.
•Dr Marion is a French neurologist, working in London and Wimbledon, and has specialised in movement disorders for 25 years. She is recognised as an expert in the field with referrals mainly from her neurological colleagues for opinions on complex movement disorder cases.