Neuropsychological Exams for
taking neuropsychological examinations may have a long history of problems,
which never have been diagnosed or treated properly. There may
be puzzling and upsetting symptoms, such as disorganization,
difficulty concentrating, impulsivity, outbursts, perceptual
distortions, headaches, learning problems or
memory difficulties despite a normal level of intelligence.
They may be suffering from being teased,
scolded, or have a history of inability to succeed in school or keep a
For other adults,
problems may be the result of a recent injury or illness.
worry whether they will regain abilities or if their memory will
deteriorate as in Alzheimer's Disease.
Dr. Stutman and
the other psychologists at NeuroSense understand these worries and
put patients at ease. The examination consists of interviews
and tests of various functions, such as attention, language and
non-language learning, memory, problem solving, spatial orientation,
motor coordination, emotions, moods, and thoughts. Tests
are verbal, visual, and coordination tasks, not needles or any other
invasive procedures. Being open and trying hard increase the
exam's usefulness. Often, a diagnosis and explanation for
puzzling symptoms can be relieving. The findings are used for
getting the best treatments and progress for our patients. If
you use glasses, a hearing aid, or other assistive device, please be
sure to bring it.
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