All neurological movement disorders, including: Parkinson's disease, including evaluation and management of Deep Brain Stimulation systems; Other Parkinsonian syndromes, including vascular parkinsonism, Dementia with Lewy Bodies (DLB), Multiple System Atrophy (MSA), Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP); Dystonia, including spasmodic torticollis, focal dystonia, and blepharospasm, and including Botox treatments for these conditions; Essential Tremor; other forms of tremor; Huntington's disease.
Board Certified in Neurology
Dr. Daniel Burdick is fellowship-trained in movement disorders and has treated more than one thousand patients with Parkinson's disease.
My approach is one of shared decision-making. I'm expert at understanding the symptoms of movement disorders and at knowing what effects different treatments may have, but only you know your goals. Once I understand your goals, I can make suggestions that help you achieve them.
One of the things I love best about being a movement disorders neurologist is the opportunity to establish rapport and trust over a long-term relationship with my patients.
I'm originally from upstate New York, but have grown to love the Pacific Northwest. When not working, I enjoy spending time with my wife and two children, camping, hiking and rooting on the Mariners.
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine | Baltimore, MD
Beth Israel Deaconess | Boston, MA
University of Washington (neurology) | Seattle, WA
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143 patients rated this physician.
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Reviewed on December 20, 2019 Dr. Burdick is one of the best physicians I have. He is concerned and not hurried to move along.
Reviewed on November 25, 2019 Dr. Burdick is very focused, low key, and as we progress & get to know one another our communication is easier. (For me) my husband's caregiver.
Reviewed on October 31, 2019 I have never had a bad experience with this dr.
Reviewed on August 13, 2019 As I've said, I am extremely pleased with Dr Burdick and consider myself fortunate to have him as my guide. I came to Evergreen because I was disappointed with the doctor who diagnosed me at The Polyclinic (which is unusual - I am generally very happy with the care I receive there). I trust Dr Burdick and feel like I have the right guide for whatever lies ahead for me.
Reviewed on August 12, 2019 Dr. Burdick provides a level of confidence to me as his patient that few others have been able to provide. I feel I'm in extremely good hands through his care.