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At USF Health our expert clinical neuropsychologists are specially trained in brain anatomy, function, injury, and recovery. 

Our providers are Clinical Neuropsychologists are licensed psychologists specializing in the area of brain-behavior relationships. Using principles of psychology and an understanding of brain functions, they are able to monitor how patients are processing information, completing day-to-day activities, and feeling in their overall emotional wellbeing.

Many patients with neurological conditions may benefit from non-surgical options an alternative to, or in combination with, surgery. 

Our services are offered in both English and Spanish. 

Conditions We Treat 

Conditions that may impact cognitive functioning including, but not limited to: 

  • Epilepsy and seizures
  • Autoimmune Encephalitis
  • Cerebrovascular disease and stroke
  • Dementias and mild cognitive impairment and aging
  • Movement disorders (e.g., Parkinson's disease, Essential Tremor, dystonias, and torticollis as well as other conditions)
  • Neuro-oncology and brain tumors
  • Systematic diseases affecting the brain or central nervous system such as lupus
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Genetic diseases affecting the central nervous system
  • Acquired brain injuries, including traumatic brain injury (TBI) and Concussion
  • Complex Neurodevelopmental Disorders
  • Any other cerebral insult or injury

Patient Appointment Information 

USF Health + TGP staff will complete all pre-authorization needed for neuropsychology services. Simply obtain a referral, send pertinent medical records, and USF Health will take care of the rest.

To book an appointment contact us: (813) 821-8034 | Office Fax: (813) 259-0944

Preparing for Your Visit and What to Expect


University Professional Center (UPC)
3500 East Fletcher Ave. Suite, 100
Tampa, FL 33613

USF Health South Tampa Center for Advanced Healthcare
2 Tampa General Circle (2nd Floor)
Tampa, FL 33606

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