Center for Neurobehavioral health, ltd.

About Us

How We Can Help


Do any of these situations seem familiar? We can help in these cases.

  • An employee suffers a head injury from a fall or accident. How will it affect his or her ability to return to work?
  • A relative seems to be developing the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease. What can be done to help?
  • A client has been injured in an accident. What is the extent of his or her brain injuries?
  • A patient is becoming increasingly debilitated by a disease such as multiple sclerosis. How can he or she continue to function effectively?
  • An adult student suffers from an attention disorder. How can teachers help him or her learn better?
  • A migraine headache sufferer needs relief from chronic pain. What neurobehavioral treatments are available?

We serve people who are recommended from many types of business. Here are just a few:

  • Medicine - The appraisal of patients by a clinical neuropsychologist can assist physicians, rehabilitator specialists, and other health care professionals with diagnosis and treatment planning.
  • Law - In claims involving injuries, neuropsychological examinations can be used to provide evidence, assess rehabilitation goals, and plan for future care,
  • Industry - Neurological problems can affect productivity in the workplace. Employees can be assessed ( to identify the nature and extent of problems that can be treated.
  • Education - Adult students with learning disabilities can be examined and evaluated so that teachers, counselors, and families can be guided in developing effective educational plans

Who We Can Help

The services that we offer are applied to many different types of individuals.

Common populations that we work with include:

  • traumatic brain injury survivors (including mild traumatic brain injury and the post-concussive syndrome)
  • dementia (including Alzheimer's Disease)
  • stroke survivors
  • multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Parkinson's Disease (PD)
  • individuals exposed to toxic solvents or metals
  • brain tumor patients
  • individuals who experience chronic pain
  • eating disorders
  • behavioral disorders
  • learning disorders
  • attention disorders (ADHD)
  • anxiety disorders including obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • individuals who experience depression or anxiety as a result of their brain injury or disease
  • and neurodevelopmental disorders such as Tourette's Syndrome, Asperger's Syndrome, and autism-spectrum related disorders
  • Lyme Disease