David Shprecher, DO
Assistant Professor of Neurology
David Shprecher, DO is one of the newest members of the movement disorders center. This group focuses on diagnosis and treatment of ataxia, dystonia, essential tremor, Huntington disease, multiple system atrophy, progressive supranuclear palsy, Tourette syndrome, Parkinson disease and related disorders. Dr. Shprecher is a site investigator for multicenter Huntington study group, Parkinson study group, and progressive supranuclear palsy research studies. His collaborative research with our Departments of Psychiatry and Radiology is designed to clarify why many, but not all, patients with Tourette syndrome outgrow their symptoms. His work with our team of gastroenterologists and pathologists explores whether routine colonoscopy may be useful in early diagnosis of Parkinson´s disease.
Specialty: Movement Disorders and Experimental Therapeutics