The Crosby Clinic provides multiple tests and advanced brain scans for NFL and soccer concussions and head hits that can result in brain concussions, sleepless nights, loss of memory and early dementia. Crosby also offers an accurate diagnosis, defined by the neurological, psychological and biological factors that set up a brain disorder, PTSD, panic attacks and unacceptable behaviors that drive depression, anxiety, memory loss, dementia and self-medication with drugs and addictions.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive form of brain stimulation. TMS therapy is an intensive treatment option requiring sessions that occur five days a week for several weeks. Each session may last anywhere from 20 to 50 minutes. Large clinical trials are looking at the effectiveness of TMS in conditions such as pediatric depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, smoking cessation, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Vivitrol, the most successful prescription injectable medicine today, is used to treat alcohol and opioid dependency. Administered once per month, Vivitrol, otherwise known as naltrexone, blocks receptors to curb cravings and help individuals stay sober without any addictive side effects. A six-month study of 250 patients found that 90 percent of those who received a monthly Vivitrol injection stayed off opioids, compared with 35 percent of those in the placebo group.
Artificial Intelligence Research for image analysis on brain scans is being conducted in-house with our team of researchers. We are using machine learning techniques such as Convolutional Neural Networks to detect early stages of dementia, as well as the debilitating of CTE. Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a degenerative brain disease found in athletes, military veterans, and others with a history of repetitive brain trauma. Additionally, we are looking into Generative Adversarial Networks to expand our image database for better model performance and proven results.
We understand that reaching out for help can feel overwhelming. We make the admission process simple. When you call us, you will be connected to an intake specialist who will listen carefully and address your concerns, answer your questions and guide you through the admission process.
Your admission specialist is trained and will work with you confidentially over the phone to complete a pre-admission assessment—a 15-30 minute clinical evaluation of you or your loved one’s behavioral history (i.e. emotional factors, status, pattern of substance use, drug of choice, etc.) and emotional health issues (i.e. anxiety disorders, PTSD, OCD, depression, bipolar disorder, etc.).
Our staff will help you coordinate and book travel arrangements to the facility. We arrange for patients to be picked up from the airport and driven to the facility, where a registered nurse and admission staff will be waiting for you.
Your assigned coordinator will stay in contact with you and/or your family to ensure the admission process runs smoothly. Coordinators also stay in contact with the facility and our transportation staff, all of whom receive flight schedules and travel information.
After completing a Crosby treatment and rehab program, we can provide six months of daily follow-ups nationwide and three years of tune-ups at no additional cost.