If someone is experiencing concerns about short-term and long-term memory loss, misplacing items, forgetting the reason for entering a room, struggling to recall ongoing conversations, facing difficulties in new learning, encountering challenges with following directions and completing tasks, and having trouble remembering appointments, medications, and bills, it's essential to address these cognitive issues promptly.
If someone is facing challenges in maintaining engagement during a conversation, experiencing difficulty in staying focused, sensing a scattered train of thought, having a diminished attention span, initiating tasks but ending up with many unfinished ones due to distractibility, and encountering issues with multitasking.
If an individual is experiencing challenges with daily routines, such as planning, organizing, initiating tasks, prioritizing, making decisions, slower processing speed, emotional regulation, self-awareness, flexible thinking, motivation, and inhibiting inappropriate behavior, these difficulties may indicate deficits in executive functioning skills. Executive functioning deficits can impact an individual's ability to manage time, set goals, adapt to changing circumstances and feel accomplished.
If someone is having difficulty with word finding/word retrieval, challenges following directions, tangential discourse, reduced vocabulary, needing to start phrases over again due to forgetting what one wanted to say, stuttering, difficulty with comprehending language simple or complex, difficulty with writing and spelling, knows what one wants to say but cannot say it.
The gut's health status plays a role in cognitive functioning and mental health. Concerns with brain fog, digestive issues, mental health concerns, increased stress/anxiety or insomnia require experts to come in and help. As a functional medicine certified health coach, we are trained to ask questions from a root cause perspective, provide answers and support, and direct you to seek out functional and holistic treatment when necessary.
In general feeling overwhelmed with all the demands and duties required of the day and not feeling like anything is being efficiently accomplished, disruption of their ability to fulfill their educational or vocational roles, including potential loss of employment or poor academic performance. We are committed to identifying the underlying reasons and providing tailored solutions to foster healing and enhance overall well-being.
We possess expertise in composing future impact reports, emphasizing the cognitive impairments an individual has incurred and examining their impact on current daily activities, as well as potential future consequences. This report can be valuable for the preparation of a demand letter required in a legal context.
While a direct referral based on documented TBI or concussion is optimal, there are instances where an evaluation of the patient's current cognitive, mental, or physical state becomes necessary. Referrals may come from a variety of sources including physicians, neurologists, physical therapists, chiropractors, psychologists, or neuropsychologists. We currently accept LOPs from attorneys and referring physicians from patients suffering from chronic pain due to personal injury.