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NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS

  • Neuropsychological evaluations are an essential component in the diagnosis and treatment of various medical, behavioral, and psychiatric disorders. The relevance of neuropsychological evaluations is to thoroughly understand the intricacies of brain-behavior disorders and can best be understood as; "If an MRI could talk." Neuropsychologists work collaboratively with the allied health professions such as neurologists, psychiatrists, primary care doctors, pediatricians, gynecology and obstetrics, endocrinologists, geriatric physicians, rheumatologists, sleep medicine physicians, nurse practitioners, occupational therapists, and physical therapists.

    Neuropsychological evaluations are often used to clarify
    brain-behavior changes and crystalize diagnostic certaintyin the following types of problems and disorders:























  • ORIENTATION
  • ATTENTION
  • CONCENTRATION
  • TRACKING
  • VISUAL PERCEPTION
  • AUDITORY PERCEPTION
  • TACTILE PERCEPTION
  • OLFACTION
  • MEMORY
  • MOTOR SKILLS
  • GAIT and BALANCE DISTURBANCE
  • LEARNING
  • LANGUAGE
  • ACADEMIC SKILLS
  • APHASIAS
  • AGNOSIA'S
  • WERNICKE'S / KORSAKOFF'S
  • BROCA'S APHASIA
  • CONDUCTION APHASIA
  • CONSTRUCTION
  • EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING
  • CONCEPT FORMATION
  • OPERATIONAL LEVEL
  • REASONING 
  • PLANNING
  • DECISION-MAKING
  • MENTAL DEXTERITY
  • NEURODEGENERATION


  • ADD/ADHD
  • BIPOLAR DISORDERS
  • PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS
  • MOOD DISORDERS
  • DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS
  • FACTITIOUS DISORDERS
  • MALINGERING
  • LEARNING DISORDERS
  • HEAD TRAUMA
  • TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)
  • FRONTAL LOBE PERSONALITY
  • SEPTAL RAGE
  • STROKE
  • VASCULAR DISORDERS
  • DEMENTIAS
  • DELERIUM
  • ALZHEIMER'S DISORDER
  • HUNTINGTON'S CHOREA
  • PARKINSON'S DISORDER
  • MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
  • HYDROCEPHALUS
  • SUBSTANCE-RELATED DISORDERS
  • INFECTIOUS DISEASES
  • TROPICAL DISEASE EFFECTS
  • NEOPLASMS
  • METABOLIC DISORDERS
  • ENDOCRINE DISORDERS
  • DIABETES
  • EPILEPSY
  • NEUROTOXICITY