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What is Neuropsychology?

A head injury or surgery to treat a neurological condition can cause your child both emotional and physical issues that need to be worked out so he can heal as completely as possible. Our neuropsychologists can evaluate your child to determine the next step in treatment, whether it’s working through the trauma of the experience, or helping to relearn activities like drawing or playing music. And they can work with your child and the rest of the family to advocate for necessary assistance at school and at home.

To schedule an appointment with a specialist, complete an Appointment Request Form, call our Physician Referral Service at 866-934-3627 or search our online physician directory.

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