Opening Hours:

8:00am – 6:00pm

8:00am – 6:00pm

8:00am – 6:00pm

8:00am – 6:00pm

8:00am – 5:00pm











Charleston Neuropsychology

Charleston Neuropsychology is a specialty practice serving children, adolescents and adults by applying specialized knowledge in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of individuals with psychological or neuropsychological disorders.

Our practice provides a wide range of services that include:

Psychological Assessment

Neuropsychological Assessment

Psychoeducational Assessment

Forensic Neuropsychological & Psychological Assessment

Independent Medical Evaluation (IME)

Expert Witness

Workers Compensation



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COVID-19 Safety Precautions

We are implementing important precautions for in-office visits due to the COVID-19 situation to better ensure a safe and comfortable environment for patients and staff. These include:

•If you are showing signs of unusual illness (including a new cough, shortness of breath, sore throat,shakiness, chills, headache, or muscle ache that cannot be attributed to another health condition), please call to reschedule your appointment.

•If you have been exposed to an individual demonstrating any of the symptoms described above or anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, we will also have to reschedule your appointment

.•Please take your temperature prior to leaving your home. If your temperature is 100.4°F or higher, please contact our office and we will reschedule your appointment. We will also check the temperatures for all individuals entering our office using a non-invasive infrared thermometer

.•Please wash your hands prior to entering the office and again once you enter

.•Masks (covering both the mouth and nose) are required for all individuals entering our office. Please wear one to your appointment.

•We are minimizing the number of people present in our office at any given time. When coming to your appointment, please travel alone or with no more than one person (e.g., a family member or caregiver) and do not bring additional people into the office (e.g., multiple family members or siblings)

.•During appointments, we ask that family members/caregivers wait in their car rather than our waiting room

.•We will be texting and/or calling you 2 days prior to your in office visit to confirm that you do not have

symptoms of COVID-19. Your in-office visit will be cancelled if such confirmation is not received by the end of the working day immediately prior to your scheduled visit.

•We will only be able to provide services to patients who agree to abide by all of these safety precautions.

Our staff will also be taking many important precautions to protect the safety and well-being of each other and ourpatients. We will all be following government-recommended social distancing protocols in our personal lives tominimize potential exposure and will wear personal protective equipment at all times while in the office. All roomsand counter top surfaces will be cleaned multiple times per day and our offices are equipped with Plexiglass barriersseparating patients and providers for certain appointments.If you have any questions or concerns about our office policies, please speak with a member of our office staff (843-849-9913) ahead of your scheduled appointment so that we can ensure a safe environment for all involved.