Our neuropsychology program in Binghamton offers a broad range of outpatient diagnostic and treatment services for adults and children (except infants) who experience cognitive, emotional or behavioral difficulties as a result of traumatic brain injury, cerebrovascular disease, brain tumors, encephalopathy (hepatic, renal, toxic), CABG, dementia, anoxia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and more.
Our neuropsychological services in Binghamton are particularly useful for treating the effects of concussion that may have occurred through sports injury, falls or motor vehicle accidents, as well as anyone who has been affected by an injury or illness that present challenges to the emotional and behavioral recovery process.
Our clinical neuropsychology evaluation, testing, and treatment services in Binghamton include:
- Differential diagnosis of brain and other psychological disorders
- Neuropsychological rehabilitation
- Family consultation
- Coping with an illness
- Stress management
Patients must have a physician’s referral to access the services provided by the outpatient neuropsychology program.
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