My practice centers on neuropsychological testing for the purpose of diagnosis and treatment guidance, and there are cases where cognitive and/or therapeutic treatment may extend past initial assessment. Over the past 15 years, I’ve evaluated and worked with patients presenting with many different neurological conditions, causing a variety of cognitive symptoms and behavioral issues. I have years of experience providing diagnostic services to patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI); postconcussion syndrome; dementia (i.e. Alzheimer’s): cognitive problems due to stroke, or brain tumor; epilepsy; & ADHD. This list is not exhaustive, and there are also situations where patients report cognitive issues for reasons unknown.
I aim to provide answers to diagnostic questions, to identify effective treatment strategies, and to deliver helpful information and support to my patients and their supportive family. As individuals, we each have a unique story, personal challenges and areas of strength, which means that the assessment process will likely differ from person-to-person. But the primary goal still remains the same – to improve daily functioning, well-being, & overall quality of life.