Tammy Pham, MD
I speak: English
My gender: Female
Where I practice
I was born and raised in Southern California, but trained all over the country including in North Carolina and Oregon. I moved here to take care of movement disorder patients in the beautiful setting of Colorado. I became a physician because I was inspired by my mother, who is also a Kaiser Permanente physician, as well as by my desire to help others. Movement disorders have always been my passion and inspired me to go into neurology. I love being able to spend time with my patients getting to know them and working together to figure out the best way to help them move better and improve their quality of life.
About my practice
I am a movement disorders specialist. I love helping my patients move better and optimizing their quality of life. I treat patients with Parkinson’s disease, tremor, tics, Tourette’s, Huntington’s disease, dystonia, and ataxia. Medicine is a collaborative effort among the patient, the patient’s support system at home, and our clinical care team. We have a multidisciplinary team including neurology clinical pharmacists and nurses who work together with our functional neurosurgeon to provide wide ranges of care for our patients. I have a very open communication style and am available to my patients through kp.org, phone visits and video visits. My practice is open to all ages, but given my specialty I do tend to see older adults. Specialized procedures that I perform include botulinum toxin injections for dystonia and other movement disorders, as well as deep brain stimulation programming for movement disorders.
How I thrive
I enjoy traveling as much as possible, baking, cooking and trying new restaurants. I like to try all different cuisines, and some of my favorites include Vietnamese, Korean, Sichuan, and Middle Eastern. I’m also involved in the sport of curling.