The brain is a very sophisticated processing organ, which can be better understand by multiple ways of evaluation. Neurocognitive testing tells us what the brain can do with ease, what it struggles to do, and what it cannot do. Brain mapping tells us about physiological patterns of activity that correlate and/or cause these patterns of strengths and weaknesses. In the hands of an expert neuropsychologist, these neurocognitive test results are examined in conjunction with the brain mapping findings, to ensure that we understand the exact relationships between brain function and brain activity. A brain map alone is very helpful, but the entire picture has to be understood in order to construct the best treatment plan possible.

Neuro Fact

During early pregnancy, approximately 250,000 neurons develop per minute. After birth, a newborn’s brain nearly triples in size in its first year

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Julie W.
Teachers made huge comments on his math skills and behavior. I also saw this at home with understanding of what I said to him registering more with him. I saw this in his eyes: recognition. Fewer outbursts of anger.

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I am extremely happy with my son’s outcomes and feel very fortunate to have encountered Dr. Bonesteel early in my child’s life. This method has dramatically changed his ability to focus and take initiative. I feel confident that my son’s life has been dramatically enhanced. I can’t express my appreciation fully in words.

Mary B.
Dr. Bonesteel has masterfully, compassionately, and extremely kindly helped me navigate through a history of childhood and marital abuse, a child with twenty years of struggle with life-threatening physical and emotional illness, extended family discord, and disharmony with my child with severe depression. I am blessed to have found Neurohealth Associates.

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