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Anthony Julius, MD

Anthony Julius, MD

A native of Richmond, Dr. Julius graduated from St. Christopher's School before completing an undergraduate degree in biology and comparative zoology at Harvard College. He then received his medical degree from the University of Virginia, after which he spent six years at the University of Washington in Seattle for internship, neurology residency, and fellowship in movement disorders.

Dr. Julius' primary focus is the diagnosis and management of movement disorders. This includes Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, restless leg, tic disorder, dystonia, spasticity, as well as less common neurodegenerative disorders. He has a particular interest in interventional management of movement disorders, including deep brain stimulation and EMG-guided botulinum toxin injection.

Dr. Julius is trained in botulinum toxin injection for numerous indications, including cervical dystonia, hemifacial spasm, blepharospasm, spasticity, sialorrhea, and migraine. He provides non-opiate management of headache, including the Cefaly device, and is trained in performing occipital nerve block, sphenopalatine ganglion block, and trigger point injections. He also has an interest in treating patients who seek help from alcohol dependence. He is happy to be back serving the Richmond community, and is currently accepting new patients and referrals at Neurological Associates.

Dr. Julius is trained in the following:

-Deep brain stimulation programming for Parkinson's disease, essential tremor, and dystonia

-Botulinum toxin injection for cervical dystonia, hemifacial spasm, blepharospasm, sialorrhea, spasticity, and migraine.

-EMG-guided botulinum toxin injection.

-Occipital nerve block.

-Sphenopalatine ganglion block, using the Sphenocath device.

-Trigger point injections.

-Medical device prescription, including Cefaly, RelaxisPad, U-Step walker.

Procedures & conditions:

Parkinson's disease

Essential tremor

Hemifacial spasm


Cervical dystonia


Restless leg


Alcohol dependence

Deep brain stimulation

Botulinum toxin injection

Occipital nerve block

Sphenopalatine ganglion block

Accepts most insurance. Contact your insurance provider for coverage information

Cervical Dystonia

Essential Tremor


Movement Disorders


Parkinson’s Disease