Neuropsychologists help test brain function when a patient has symptoms or complaints involving memory or thinking. These concerns may be signaled by a change in concentration, organization, reasoning, memory, language, perception, coordination, or personality. Our experts will test memory and thinking skills to help identify a pattern of strengths and weaknesses and develop a treatment plan.
Leigh Beglinger, PhD is the director of adult neuropsychology at St. Luke's Rehabilitation. She provides neuropsychological evaluations for teens and adults with cognitive symptoms and disorders. She works with a wide range of neurological conditions, including traumatic brain injuries, movement disorders like Parkinson's and Huntington's diseases, epilepsy, dementia, and neuro-oncology. She also specializes in treatment of concussion. Dr. Beglinger performs pre-surgical evaluations and clinical assessments to help diagnose and plan treatment and rehabilitation recommendations.
Matthew Lambert, PhD is a licensed psychologist specializing in neuropsychology. His interests include the cognitive effects of medical conditions, aging and dementia, neurological diseases, acquired brain injury, and neuro-rehabilitation. Dr. Lambert came to St. Luke's from the Institute for Rural and Community Health and Department of Neurology at Texas Tech University.
Cynthia Tremblay, PsyD specializes in neuropsychology, focusing on a broad range of conditions in adults, including dementia and other memory disorders, Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders, epilepsy, brain injury, and neuro-oncology. She performs pre-surgical evaluations and clinical assessments to assist with diagnosis and treatment recommendations.