Movement Disorders Team - Cone Health - Greensboro, NC

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Movement Disorders Team

You get well-rounded care from a multidisciplinary team of Cone Health medical professionals who specialize in movement disorders. Trust our experts to provide personalized services that help you better move, balance, communicate and complete everyday activities.

Your Team Members

Meet the caring and knowledgeable team members you may work with at Cone Health.

Dr. Rebecca TatRebecca Tat, DO, Neurologist

Rebecca Tat, DO, is the director of movement disorders at LeBauer HealthCare. She’s a graduate of the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Tat completed her residency in neurology followed by a fellowship in movement disorders and deep brain stimulation. She’s committed to working with you, your family and your primary care physician to develop the best treatment plan for your neurological condition.

Amy MarriotAmy Marriott, Physical Therapist.

Amy Marriott focuses on working with patients with Parkinson’s disease. Amy is certified in LSVT BIG®, which enhances patients’ movements, and Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery (PWR!), which uses exercise and activities to improve brain function. “I have a passion for helping people with Parkinson’s disease to get better and stay better through therapy and ongoing exercise,” she says.

Angela FreemanAngela Freeman, Occupational Therapist

Angela Freeman’s primary interest is working with people who have Parkinson’s disease. She is certified in LSVT BIG®, which enhances patients’ movements, and Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery (PWR!), which uses exercise and activities to improve brain function. “I want to partner with my patients to help them live healthier and improve their quality of life,” she says.

Amy and Angela co-founded the Power Over Parkinson’s! community group to share their expertise and incorporate exercise and education into disease management.

Carl SchinkeCarl Schinke, Speech-Language Pathologist.

Carl Schinke has a variety of interests, including Parkinson’s disease and cognitive-linguistic deficits. He was originally certified in LSVT LOUD®, a speech treatment, in 1997 and earned recertification in 2012. “I like to see my patients increase their ability to communicate effectively with their family and friends,” he says.


Michael ZelsonDr. Michael Zelson, Neuropsychologist

Michael Zelson, MD, neuropsychologist, earned a PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Delaware in 1989 and gained post-doctoral experience at the Institute for Brain Injury Research and Training in Camden, New Jersey. He has been with Cone Health since 1995 and evaluates and treats patients at our Neurorehabilitation Center. He’s a member of the American Psychological Association and the National Academy of Neuropsychology.

Kathryn Rine, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist

Kathryn Rine has over 20 years experience as an occupational therapist. One of her areas of interest is working with people with Parkinson’s disease. She was certified in Parkinson’s Wellness Recovery (PWR!) techniques in 2014. "I am committed to helping my patient’s stay active, so they can be more independent and keep doing the things that they enjoy!"


Denise Robertson
, Physical Therapist Assistant

Denise Robertson has been with Cone Health since 1995. Denise's primary focus is working with patients with Parkinson's Disease. She is certified in Parkinson's Wellness Recovery (PWR!) techniques and teaches weekly PWR! Moves and PWR! Circuit classes for the community. "I enjoy how committed my patients are to moving better through therapy and exercise."

To Seek Services

To seek services with a Cone Health Movement Disorders specialist, have your physician contact:

Dr. Rebecca Tat

LeBauer Neurology
301 E. Wendover Avenue, Suite 211
Greensboro, NC
Phone:  (336) 832-3070
Fax:  (336) 832-3075

Cone Health Neurorehabilitation Center
912 Third Street, Suite 102
Greensboro, NC 27405
Phone:  (336) 271-2054
Fax: (336) 271-2058