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07/03/2017
By: Jennifer N.
Advanced Neurologic Associates
He knew I was there for a 3 hour nuropsy test. I had a severe fall ice skating 3 years earlier and since then have experienced early Alzheimer's like memory problems, weekly migraines, balance problems, speech issues, etc. ALL Traumatic Brain Injury related symptoms. He didn't tell me he doesnt believe in Traumatic Brain Injury unless your in a coma for months with a brain bleed until AFTER I did the test. Wasted my time, blamed memory on ADHD but had my adderall. Then said memory is maina based on the fact two others in my family have bipolar. Very unprofessional. Could not explain why all of these things only started happening after the fall though.
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