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David Robert Shprecher, DO, MSCI, FAAN

Dr Shprecher is Movement Disorders Director for Banner Research and Clinical Associate Professor for University of Arizona-Phoenix.

Dr. Shprecher completed a doctor of osteopathic medicine degree at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine and a Neurology residency at the University of Utah. He completed his movement disorders/experimental therapeutics fellowship and Masters in Clinical Investigation at the University of Rochester.

Inspired by personal experience as an individual with Tourette syndrome, he has dedicated his career to improving treatment options and quality of life for movement disorder patients. His collaborative research is aimed at improving early diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson's and related diseases. The ultimate goal: to develop a treatment that can significantly delay, or prevent, onset of these illnesses entirely.

Dr. Shprecher has disclosed he is a consultant for the following companies Neurocrine, Acadia, Amneal, Abbvie, Kyowa (relationship has ended), Supernus (relationship has ended).