Neuropsychologists specialize in understanding the relationship between the physical brain and behavior. The neuropsychology team at LeBauer works closely with our neurologists to assist in the diagnosis of neurological disorders and the development of individualized treatment plans.
A neuropsychologist can help determine how a neurological problem affects the following:
- Cognitive ability
Doctors and patients can work together to maximize quality of life when they understand how each of these areas is connected to a patient’s specific neurological condition and how they impact that individual.
Our Neuropsychology Team
Our highly trained neuropsychology team understands that evaluation and testing can be stressful for patients. We explain what we will be doing and why ahead of time, answer patient questions, and thoroughly communicate results, diagnosis, and recommendations with both the patient and the referring physician.
Dana Chamberlain is a psychometrician and has more than 20 years of experience administering neuropsychological tests. Learn more about Dana Chamberlain.
A neuropsychological evaluation is an assessment of how your brain functions. An evaluation includes:
- An interview to determine how you function with daily tasks
- Medical record review
- Medication review
- Standardized testing of memory and cognitive function. Cognitive function includes language, attention, visual-spatial skills, reasoning, and problem-solving skills.
A neuropsychological evaluation can be useful in diagnosing and assessing dementia, memory disorders, stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, and cerebrovascular disease.
Our team is part of the broader Movement Disorders team at Cone Health.
Scheduling a Neuropsychological Evaluation
If you think you could benefit from a neuropsychological evaluation, talk to your primary care provider about a referral to LeBauer Neurology or complete our easy online appointment request form.
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