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Neuropsychology, Adults Elderly 

In adults and the elderly, Clinical Neuropsychology applies its expertise in neuronal plasticity and synaptic reorganization, cognition (thinking), emotion and behavior, in patients with brain dysfunction resulting from various medical, psychiatric or neurological conditions. 

Goal: to rehabilitate, through cognitive and neuro-physiological training, the best possible condition so that the person can live in balance.

What is the clinical application of Neuropsychology in Adults and the Elderly? 

Execution of personalized neuropsychological assessment, diagnosis, and rehabilitation plans. Assessments involve observing a series of brain skills that lead us to conclude about the progress of the disease or about the outcome of cognitive development and stimulation we are about to start:

Some of the conditions under which you should seek an Appointment: 

  • Natural aging 
  • Alzheimer's disease 
  • Parkinson's disease 
  • Hyperactivity 
  • Uncontrolled Impulses 
  • Cranial-brain trauma 
  • Stroke 
  • Multiple sclerosis 
  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 
  • Epilepsy 
  • Brain Tumor 
  • Systemic Disease 
  • Attention Deficit Disorder 
  • Autoimmune Disease 
  • Metabolic Disorder 
  • Other suspected neurological and psychological disorders.
  • Assessments also help to solve the following problems: 

    • Guide planning to academic studies  |  • Guide vocational planning or return to work   |  • Carry out "General Treatment Planning"  |  • Help to deal with skills recovery issues   |  • Monitor a specific medical condition   |  • Guide diagnostic decision-making   |  • Assist in determining disability

    Neurobiovitality for Adults and Elderly

    Neuroplasticity is one of the most important areas of science at the moment. It is the discovery that the brain can change for the better, at any age, much more than we ever imagined.

     Who is neuro-bio-vitality for? 

    All people affected by a disabling disease, such as cerebral palsy, stroke, Parkinson's disease or other degenerative pathologies, fibromyalgia, rheumatoid arthritis, among others. People who have suffered a traumatic stroke and have therefore lost some of their functionality and autonomy.

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