Charlotte, North Carolina

North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA

Neuropsychiatry and neuropsychology are brain-based sciences.

North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA

6911-100 Shannon Willow Road
Charlotte, NC 28226
(919) 933-2000
North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA, Psychiatry, Health and Beauty, Charlotte, North Carolina

Neuropsychiatry and neuropsychology are research-based sciences dedicated to brain and nervous system functioning. At North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA, they utilize both practices to assist children and adults with ADHD, anxiety, memory loss, and a variety of related conditions. Since they opened their doors 39 years ago, specialists from around the country have referred their patients to this clinic for not only diagnostic clarification but also treatment advice.

North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA, previously know at the Neuropsychiatry Research Project, was established in 1978 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Since then, they formed the state’s first private clinic and opened two additional locations in Charlotte and Raleigh. As their name suggests, they specialize in both neuropsychiatry and neuropsychology. However, they also offer consultations and treatment in both general psychiatry and psychopharmacology.

This clinic proudly serves patients from all walks of life. From school-age children with ADHD and adolescents with autism to adults with brain injuries or Alzheimer’s disease, North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA is committed to treating and rehabilitating all who need their help.

Throughout these treatments, North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA remains active in the academic community. Their experienced and highly trained staff regularly participates in professional presentations and publications. These activities not only keep them up-to-date on the field’s latest advancements but also allow them to provide the best possible care.

If you or a loved one are seeking treatment for a neurological condition, you can trust North Carolina Neuropsychiatry PA for reliable, high-quality medical care. Call them at (919) 933-2000 today to schedule an appointment. For more on the disorders they treat, visit their website.  

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