Dr. Ellenstein is a neurologist and specialist in movement disorders. She is a published clinician-scientist and educator whose primary interests include Parkinson’s disease, tremor and unusual movement disorders. She is skilled in the use of Botulinum toxin chemodenervation for treating various forms of uncontrolled muscle movements. Dr. Ellenstein has applied her lifelong love of learning and teaching to initiatives involving mentoring and career development. She founded the National Institutes of Health Mentoring for Mom and Dad Clinicians and Scientists program, and she has worked on national task forces including the American Academy of Neurology Burnout Task Force and the American Neurological Association e-Mentoring Task Force. Following an accomplished academic career as Associate Professor of Neurology, Co-Director of the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program, and Director of Preclinical Neurology Education at the George Washington University, Dr. Ellenstein moved into private practice.
Now working in Maryland, Dr. Ellenstein is excited to welcome patients to the new Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Neurology Clinic at the Washington Brain & Spine Institute.
Washington Brain & Spine Institute
3202 Tower Oaks Blvd #300
Rockville, MD 20852
(301) 718-2979 – fax