Evaluating patients with ADHD, autism, concussion, and other disorders.
Neuropsychological conditions affect attention, memory, and other cognitive (thinking) abilities in adults, teens, and children.
Our neuropsychology team evaluates patients for a number of neurocognitive and emotional conditions, including:
- Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia
- Concussions, head injuries, and traumatic brain injuries
- Depression and other psychiatric disorders
- Epilepsy and other seizure disorders
- Exposure to substances or toxins during pregnancy
- Learning disabilities and behavioral disorders
- Movement disorders, including Parkinson’s disease
- Neurological disorders
- Neurodevelopmental disorders, such as intellectual disabilities and language delays in children
- Strokes and brain tumors
Special medical conditions in children
We also work with children and teens who have complex medical conditions that contribute to their difficulties. Some of these conditions may be congenital, or present from birth, especially in children born prematurely or from complex pregnancies. These conditions include:
- Congenital heart disease
- Genetic disorders, such as Down syndrome, Turner’s syndrome, and Tourette’s syndrome
- Hydrocephalus, or a buildup of fluid in the brain
- Spina bifida, a type of congenital defect that occurs when a child’s spinal cord doesn’t develop properly during pregnancy
Doctors from a variety of disciplines, including our primary care, neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry teams, work together with the same goal: learning as much as we can about your condition so you can get the care you need.