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Neurobehavioral Program

Specialists in the Neurobehavioral Program evaluate and treat individuals who have disorders or injuries to the brain with resulting memory, behavioral or mood problems. Disorders that often have these associated problems include (but are not limited to) traumatic brain injury, stroke, dementia, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy and Huntington's or Parkinson's diseases.

These patients often have unattended problems of memory and thinking, attention deficits, aggression, anxiety, depression, other mood changes and chronic pain. Through interview and examination, we can pinpoint the psychiatric and neuropsychological problems. We work with the family, employer and other services at Loyola, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, cognitive neurosciences, neurology, neurosurgery, speech pathology and vocational rehabilitation.

 

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