After a brain injury, the best way to determine abilities and areas in need of improvement is through a neuropsychological evaluation. Many times, a mild traumatic brain injury may not be visible on an MRI, even though there is damage within the brain’s connections.
Our clinical psychologist has been working with individuals with brain injury for over a decade and understands the unique challenges that a person with a brain injury faces.
Neuropsychological testing results are used in planning an individual’s rehabilitation treatment plans and to gain a better understanding of all areas of an individual’s functioning including cognitive, motor, linguistic, behavioral, and executive functioning.
Many health insurances will cover neuropsychological testing.
To schedule a neuropsychological or psychological evaluation, please call us at 605.343.7297.