The Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center (MAPC) and Movement Disorders Clinic is a National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence, and a wonderful resource for people with Parkinson's and their families. The Center was established in 1997 by Muhammad Ali, Jimmy Walker, a Phoenix philanthropist, and Dr. Abraham Lieberman.
Our staff is committed to providing excellence in diagnosis, treatment, therapy, research and education for people with Parkinson's disease (PD) and other movement disorders.
We invite your participation through attending our support groups, educational classes, research studies, assistance programs, conferences, recreational programs and other services.
The tulip is the international symbol for Parkinson's disease. The flower buds represent significant advances toward unlocking the mysteries of this intractable disease, while the surrounding darkness captures the poignant essence of the missing cure. Photo courtesy of Al Krause.
To schedule an appointment with a physician please call (602) 406-6262.
To schedule an appointment with therapy services please call (602) 406-5266.
Community Outreach and Education programs are available to anyone with Parkinson’s disease regardless of where medical care is received. Please call (602) 406-4921 for more information.
Muhammad Ali Parkinson's Center & Movement Disorders Clinic
St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center
240 West Thomas Road, Suite 301
Phoenix, Arizona 85013
For International Patients