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How to find a Movement Disorder Specialist

I am currently seeing a neurologist and have been diagonosed with mild PD with my only symptoms being a tremor in my left hand (thumb and pointer finger) and stiffness in my shoulder and left arm.  How do I find out if my neurologist is a movement disorder specialist?  Is it adequate to me to see a neurologist who isn't one?  I live in Flager County and my neuorologist is in ormond Beach, FL. 32174.

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http://mdc.mbi.ufl.edu/
This might help either for a consult or a referral.
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He has to be a Fellowship in Movement Disorders
Thus he would be a consultant Neurology &  Movement Disorder specialist
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