Psychological Evaluation for Adults, Children, and Families by Skilled Clinical Neuropsychology Associates.
We offer specialized Group therapy for a variety of disorders. Lead by a qualified mental professional, group members learn work through their difficulties by using the therapy and group as a foundation of insight, support, and awareness
We offer rehabilitation for life altering trauma such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Drug, Alcohol, and Abuse.
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My father is slowly overcoming the effects of PTSD. He is dealing with bad things that my family couldn't understand. Dr Fraga and his staff have been very helpful to bring back a smile to my dad.
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A group of Mayo Clinic researchers argued in a new review that sports concussions -- at least in ice hockey -- can be diagnosed more accurately with objective tests, such as encephalography and the King-Devick eye test, than with the neurocognitive exams favored by many leagues at all levels of play. The researchers, including USA Hockey medical director Michael Stuart, MD, examined current and emerging methods of diagnosing concussions in ice hockey in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. If they are correct, they may have an answer to the underreporting problem long plaguing sports concussion diagnosis and treatment. "Most currently used diagnostic tests are imprecise, require athlete cooperation, and are vulnerable to player and evaluator bias," wrote the authors, led by Aynsely Smith, RN, PhD. "As objective diagnostic tools become available, the diagnosis will be less vulnerable to subjective overlay of overly aggressive athletes and assertive coaches" who often try to hide the athletes' concussion-like symptoms. Read >