Conditions We Treat
There are common symptoms of anxiety that people experience in terms of feelings, behaviors, thoughts, and physical sensations.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood brain disorders and can continue through adolescence and adulthood.
Autism is not a single disorder, but a spectrum of closely-related disorders with a shared core of symptoms. Every individual on the autism spectrum has problems to some degree with social skills, empathy, communication, and flexible behavior.
Communication disorders include problems related to speech, language and auditory processing.
Symptoms of depression include sinking mood, fatigue, loss of interest, and cognitive difficulties.
Epilepsy is caused by abnormal activity in brain cells so seizures can affect any process your brain coordinates.
Children are diagnosed with failure to thrive when their weight or rate of weight gain is significantly below that of other children of similar age and gender.
The symptoms that are associated with genetic syndromes generally form a large and diverse array of physical and behavioral characteristics.
Late effects of cancer treatment can come from any of the three main types of cancer treatment: chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.
A learning disorder is defined as a difficulty in an area of cognitive functioning in which two conditions are met.
Newborns who weigh less than 5.5 pounds are at increased risk of health and behavioral problems down the road.
Spina bifida meningomyelocele is the most common severely disabling birth defects in North America. Children born with spina bifida meningomyelocele have a well known spine malformation that is responsible for the identification as a child with spina bifida at birth.
A stroke occurs when the blood supply to your brain is interrupted or reduced. This deprives your brain of oxygen and nutrients, which can cause your brain cells to die.
Any injury to the head may cause traumatic brain injury (TBI).