CNNH Stories: Teresa

Teresa’s son was having significant behavioral issues at preschool to the point that she went through 3 different preschools in 3 months. At CNNH, the neurologist and the neuropsychologist were able to put “both pieces of the puzzle together”. Hear in Teresa’s own words about her experience at CNNH from her perspective as a working family physician.

CNNH Stories: Karen

Karen, a mother of a son with autism, describes her long, frustrating and confusing journey trying to find answers for her child’s struggles at home and at school. After years of not being listened to by doctors and schools, she came to CNNH where she was finally able to receive a definitive diagnosis, effective treatment plan, and coordinated follow-up care.

Day to DREAM Event Recap

On Saturday, June 24th 2017, CNNH hosted our first annual “Day to DREAM” community day!

This day included 16 free workshops on a variety of topics, activities for children, community resource tables, coffee meet & greet with doctors, and a networking lunch.

While the early morning tornado warnings might have scared some people away, our event was still a big success and we look forward to planning another community day event for next year, stay tuned!

Workshop topics included:
“Understanding ABA: An Overview” “ADHD: Let’s Get Organized!” “Value of Neuropsychological Assessment for the School-Age Child” “Falling Asleep: ADHD, Medication and Implications of Electronic Devices for Kids” “Our Rapidly Changing Health Care System: Implications for the Future” “Creative Arts Therapies for Children with Special Needs” “Innovative Health Care Delivery Models for Improved NeuroHealth” “The Patient – Doctor Interaction: A Role Play” “Evaluation and Management of Common Sleep Disorders in Adults” “Creative Arts Therapies for Adults” “Movement Disorders Associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders” “Animal-Assisted Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder” “Taking Charge of Your Medication Management” “Our Rapidly Changing Health Care System: Implications for the Future” “The Mind and Body Connection: Addressing Unhelpful Thought Patterns” “Migraine and Tension Headaches: Non-Pharmacological Remedies for Relief”

Welcome, here’s your name badge!
Bonding over food…
Dr Mark Mintz presents on Innovative Healthcare Models and the future of NeuroHealth care…

 

Community Resource tables were located in our main hallway and downstairs in the lunch room
Hi! How was your workshop?
Balloon animals were a big hit!
Arts and crafts tables kept children pleasantly occupied!
Biofeedback Demonstrations
HD-EEG Demonstrations
An intimate workshop discussion with Dr. Ralph Gallo about Sleep Disorders and the impact of ADHD, Medications, and Electronic Screens

King of Prussia New Location!!

In May 2017, our King of Prussia office moved down the street! While this office is a little smaller than the previous one, it was designed and built specifically for our needs so we are happy with the new location!

The new office is only two blocks from our previous building. From the old CNNH building, make a left onto First Ave, right at the light onto Moore Rd, left into the King of Prussia Business Center. We are located in building 1010.

NEW ADDRESS AND DIRECTIONS >>>

CNNH Stories: Jamie

“When my son Jamie entered sixth grade – middle school – things sort of fell apart. I knew something was wrong but I didn’t know what it was or what to do about it.

We tried going to several professionals, but without any progress or improvement. I asked my pediatrician what I should do, and they recommended CNNH. After performing comprehensive neurological and neuropsychological evaluations, the CNNH professional team “peeled back the layers” until they found what was causing my son’s distress. Using information they obtained from my son’s medical history, learning and thinking styles, and specialized brain and genetic testing, the CNNH team was able to “think outside the box” and prescribe a comprehensive treatment plan that really works, both at home and in school!

In addition, they found that anxiety in our family was not just a psychological problem, but had neurological and genetic causes that were treatable. Thus, the visit for my son also changed and dramatically improved my daughter’s and my life!”