Parkinson’s disease & Movement Disorders Center
Empathic Care. Empowered Patient. Mindful Healing.
Dr. Monique Giroux combines medical, rehabilitation and wellness therapies offering the most holistic, empathic and comprehensive movement disorders care in Colorado. Dr. Giroux embraced patient-centered comprehensive care back in 1999 and started one of the first specialty centers for Parkinson’s when the concept of holistic care was unknown in the field of Movement Disorders. Dr. Giroux’s strong belief that patient-centered care empowers and builds resiliency is evident in the hope she inspires in her patients. Dr. Monique Giroux is an author of several patient books and nationally recognized specialist in Movement Disorders and deep brain stimulation and serves the following organizations:
- Medical Director Northwest Parkinson Foundation, Seattle WA
- Program Director Heritage Club Greenwood Village & Brookdale Senior Care, Denver CO
- Medical Director Allied Health Team Training for the National Parkinson Foundation, Miami FL
- Medical Director Swedish Medical Center Movement Disorders & Deep Brain Stimulation Program, Englewood CO
Sierra Farris PA-C is a protege of Dr. Giroux’s and integral medical specialist on her team since 2000. Sierra directs the Deep Brain Stimulation Specialty Clinic and collaborates directly with carefully chosen neurosurgeons. Sierra offers a unique service coordinating DBS care every step of the way including pre-surgical evaluation and education, works with the neurosurgeon in the operating room to customize DBS placement, in-hospital care and provides a high level expert DBS programming. Sierra collaborates with established DBS teams across the USA offering out-of-state options for DBS care. Sierra’s expertise opens the clinic to people struggling with DBS problems. The comprehensive DBS Troubleshooting Clinic has improved the lives of many living with DBS in the USA and abroad – optimizing benefit, eliminating stimulation side effects or providing second opinion about revision surgery.