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Physical Therapy

What is Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy?

Vestibular rehabilitation therapy is a common recommendation for certain vestibular and balance disorders. Finding the right physical therapist to aid you in successful rehabilitation is critical. We are thrilled to offer physical therapy for our patients by highly specialized vestibular therapist, Dr. Thomas Reuther.

Auditory Processing Disorder Therapy

Auditory processing therapy is completed by highly specialized audiologists that is patient-centered and evidence based. We design therapy programs for each patient that is not only effective, but is specific to the patient's auditory deficits. The goal of therapy is to rewire the processing skills to make listening effortless. Our Auditory Processing Disorder Audiologist has years of experience assessing and treating the condition. 

We offer a number of services in our office to ensure patients are achieving their highest quality of communication. Our Auditory Processing Disorder Audiologist has years of experience assessing and treating the condition. Each therapy is patient centered towards the individuals specific auditory processing difficulties. Our audiologist uses evidence based therapy methods with high effectiveness outcomes for high success rates. 

Speech Pathology

Speech and Language Services

  • Treatment of auditory processing disorders

  • Dyslexia Evaluation

Dyslexia Evaluation

“Dyslexia is a learning disorder that involves difficulty reading due to problems identifying speech sounds and learning how they relate to letters and words (decoding). Also called reading disability, dyslexia affects areas of the brain that process language.” – Mayo Clinic, 2021

Dyslexia Self-Screener

Do you suspect your child has dyslexia?
Is there a history of dyslexia in your family history?
Is there a history of ear infections or hearing problems?
Does your child frequently or persistently mispronounce words?
Does your child have persistent difficulty with phonics instruction?
Did your child effortfully acquire phonics but really struggle with spelling?
Does your child demonstrate weak memory for print? For example, when reading with your child, your child comes across an unrecognized word that you decode and practice together, only to have your child forget it in the next sentence or paragraph?
Does your child seem to linger at Tier 2 instruction (supplemental help that doesn't qualify for an IEP)?
Does your child seem to fatigue quickly when reading or spelling?
Does your child know the alphabet well enough to write it down while reciting the names of each letter aloud?

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Neuropsychology is the study of brain-behavior relationships.  Neuropsychologists often work closely with other medical providers to help identify any possible memory or thinking problems as well as explore what might be causing those issues. Neuropsychologists also evaluate emotional functioning, as emotions are a very important aspect in health treatment. 

Dr. Lindsay Vo, PsyD., is our resident Neuropsychologist and can meet with you to address a specific goal through cognitive rehabilitation treatment, or help you learn about cognitive compensatory strategies if you are struggling with memory, attention, focus, etc.

Evaluation options and steps are listed below to help find the best treatment option(s) for you. Please call our office to determine how we can help!

Psychologist Session


Service Name

Initial Screening

Patients can be screened for common mental health symptoms and disorders (e.g., sleep problems, somatization, suicidal ideation, etc.) as well as identify any personal strengths and areas for growth that may influence their treatment, such as readiness for change, support factors, potential barriers, thinking style and preference, etc. 


Service Name

Comprehensive Psychological Evaluation

If more comprehensive psychiatric services are warranted, a comprehensive evaluation can be completed in-house to obtain a confirmed diagnosis before being referred outside of the clinic if necessary. This can be beneficial to cut down on the wait time of psychiatric services. Sometimes severe mental health symptoms will need in-depth mental health treatment (e.g., psychotropic medications, psychotherapy), and these severe symptoms can often impact the outcomes of other treatments (e.g., adherence or adjustment to hearing aids, etc)


Comprehensive Neuropsychological  (Cognitive) Evaluation

A neuropsychological evaluation primarily focuses on thinking skills and can identify cognitive strengths and weaknesses or impairments.  A neuropsychological evaluation can also potentially identify psychological factors that can impact thinking, such as depression involving problems with attention and focus. The evaluation will include a brief neurobehavioral motor screening to identify possible central causes of balance or coordination issues, if not already completed. 

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