Your doctor or healthcare provider might refer you for a neuropsychological evaluation for help with:

1. Finding possible problems with your brain functioning,
2. Forming a diagnosis,
3. Identifying your strengths and weaknesses,
4. Guiding treatment for your personal, educational, and
     vocational needs,
5. Making relevant recommendations to your healthcare providers
6. Documenting possible changes in your functioning over time.

Contact Dr. Joy H. Wymer:

843-412-0927 Fax 843-225-2323

Tidewater Neuropsychology specializes in providing Neuropsychological Evaluations. This type of evaluation provides an objective measure of a person’s strengths and weaknesses and will help determine why you are having problems and what can be done. Evaluation results are used to help plan your treatment and will be used by your other doctors to ensure that you are receiving appropriate treatments. Results will also give you information on what you can expect for the future. Tidewater Neuropsychology also offers therapy for treatment of depression and anxiety, as well as other physical or emotional concerns.

Neuropsychological Evaluation can be helpful for people with the following conditions or concerns:
• Brain Injury
• Strokes
• Alzheimer’s Disease
• Memory or Thinking Problems
• Seizures
• Toxin or Chemical Exposure
• Parkinson’s Disease
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
• Learning Disabilities
• Developmental Disorders
• Mental Retardation
• Social or Emotional Problems