The Nexus Neurorecovery Center cognitive team evaluates individuals who have suffered a brain injury. We frequently work with those who have experienced traumatic brain injury (TBI), ranging from closed head injuries (concussion and/or brain bleeds) to penetrating brain injuries, resulting from motor vehicle crashes and sports- or work-related accidents. The cognitive team also works with brain-injured individuals who incurred neurological and psychological problems from stroke, sleep-related disorders, chemoradiation, and/or autoimmune conditions.
After gaining an understanding of a person’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses — as well as any underly psychological issues — we collaborate with physicians and case management to establish treatment objectives and plans. Because individuals do not have to be a Nexus Neurorecovery Center resident to participate in neuropsychological testing at our campus, our team will also coordinate with stakeholders and medical teams from other facilities and agencies.
Read more information below to see how our neuropsychological testing service supports our mission of mending minds and returning patients to lives of productivity and meaning.
Who Benefits from Neuropsychological Testing?
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Our team conducts assessments to determine if a person injured on the job is fit to return to work. Through testing, we also determine potential treatment options and resources in coordination with your medical team.
Schedule Neuropsychological Testing
Nexus Health Systems’ scheduling team works closely with referring facilities, case managers, and family members to ensure the neuropsychological evaluation process is efficient. To schedule an outpatient evaluation at Nexus Neurorecovery Center, please call the scheduling team or contact Nexus Health Systems’ Director of Complex Care, Ann De la Rosa, directly at 281.543.8695.
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