Amy Hellman, MD

 Amy Hellman, MDAssistant Professor

Academic Office:

988440 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, NE  68198-8440
Phone: (402) 559-5569
Fax: (402) 559-3341



Clinic Office Location:

4242 Farnam Street, Suite 650
North Doctor's Tower
Omaha, NE  68198
Phone:  (402) 559-8600
Fax: (402) 559-9510

Administrative Assistant:  Crystal Upshaw      (402) 559-6591

Education:
University of Nebraska Medical Center, MD (2003-2007)
University of Nebraska Medical Center, Internal Medicine Internship (2007-2008)
University of California-Davis Medical Center, Neurology Residency (2008-2011)
Philadelphia VA Medical Center and University of Pennsylvania, Movement Disorders Fellowship (2011-2013) 

Hospital Appointments:
University of Nebraska Medical Center
VA Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System 

Interests: Parkinson Disease, Gait Abnormalities, Chorea, Huntington's Disease, Ataxia, Dystonia, Botulinum Toxin Injections, Spasticity, Deep Brain Stimulation 

Biographical Sketch:

Dr. Amy Hellman is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurological Sciences at the University of Nebraska Medical Center.  She attended the University of Nebraska Medical Center where she received her medical degree and completed her internship in Internal Medicine.  She then completed Neurology residency training at UC Davis Medical Center, where she was appointed Neurology Chief Resident from 2010-2011.  Dr. Hellman held a joint appointment at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center and the University of Pennsylvania where she completed her fellowship in Movement Disorders.  She joined the UNMC faculty in August 2013.  Dr. Hellman is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.  She is a member of the American Academy of Neurology and the Movement Disorder Society.  Dr. Hellman evaluates patients with movement disorders including Parkinson Disease, Huntington Disease, Chorea, Dystonia, Ataxia, Gait Abnormalities, and Spasticity.  She also performs Botulinum Toxin injections and evaluates patients for Deep Brain Stimulation.  Her research interests include Parkinson Disease and Huntington Disease. 

Selected Publication:

  1. Hellman A, Morley J, Duda J.  Disease Modification in PD: A Review of Transmitter Based Drugs.  Neurodegenerative Disease Management. August 2012; 2(4): 379-87.



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