Space Coast Neuropsychology Center To Host Ribbon Cutting Nov. 16 In Melbourne

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The Space Coast Neuropsychology Center, lead by Christine M. Salinas, Psy.D., will celebrate their Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, November 16 at 6:15 p.m. Space Coast Neuropsychology is located in The 1900 Building, located at 1900 South Harbor City Boulevard in Melbourne.

The Space Coast Neuropsychology Center, lead by Christine M. Salinas, Psy.D., will celebrate their Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, November 16 at 6:15 p.m. Space Coast Neuropsychology is located in The 1900 Building, located at 1900 South Harbor City Boulevard in Melbourne.

World-Class Brain and Behavioral Healthcare Now Open In Downtown Melbourne In The 1900 Building

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Space Coast Neuropsychology Center, lead by Christine M. Salinas, Psy.D., will celebrate their Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, November 16 at 6:15 p.m. 

Space Coast Neuropsychology is located in The 1900 Building, located at 1900 South Harbor City Boulevard in Melbourne. Food and beverage will be served during the festivities.

“The community is welcome to attend and learn about the world class brain and behavioral healthcare that is now in downtown Melbourne,” said Space Coast Neuropsychology spokesperson Erika Eubanks.

“Dr. Christine Salinas and the Space Coast Neuropsychology Center’s team will be available to talk about neuropsychology and our focus on the cognitive, emotional and biological aspects of brain and medical conditions.”

Space Coast Neuropsychology Center specialty clinics include infant-preschool, sports concussion, epilepsy, child-teen and adult. We offer innovative neuropsychological evaluations and evidence based treatments for children and adults.

“We understand the cognitive, emotional and biological aspects of brain and medical disorders,” said Dr. Salinas.

“We are here to help you, your child, and/or loved one thrive at home, school, work, and in the community. The Center now serves children and young adults from birth to 40 years old.”

Dr. Salinas is one of the few bilingual Spanish/English neuropsychologists in Florida with expertise in cultural neuropsychology.

She trained and worked in leading teaching hospitals including Boston Children’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School and Emory University Medical School.

“Our team applies a neurodevelopmental systems approach to evaluation in which we care for the whole person and we think about how the brain and behavior changes as we grow,” said Dr. Salinas.

“We examine the different contexts, including cultural, family and social, that shape one’s development. Treatment is family centered and tailored to each patient’s needs. We work with you and your doctors to provide complete care and support positive outcomes.”

Typical conditions the doctor sees in children and young adults include Epilepsy, Sports Related Concussion, Traumatic Brain Injury, Brain Tumors, Cancers, Late Effects of Chemotherapy,Brain Malformations, Prematurity and Birth Complications, Strokes, Spina bifida and Hydrocephalus, Genetic syndromes, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Heart defects and surgery and Exposure to environmental toxins, bacteria/virus and substances.

Typical conditions the doctor sees in children and young adults include Epilepsy, Sports Related Concussion, Traumatic Brain Injury, Brain Tumors, Cancers, Late Effects of Chemotherapy,Brain Malformations, Prematurity and Birth Complications, Strokes, Spina bifida and Hydrocephalus, Genetic syndromes, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Heart defects and surgery and Exposure to environmental toxins, bacteria/virus and substances.

SPECIALTY TRAINING

Dr. Salinas received specialty training in working with children and adults who have neurological conditions by well known doctors in her field. She has consulted with physicians and scientists who are among the best in the world and helped develop the epilepsy neuropsychology program at Florida Hospital.

She is adjunct faculty at Florida Tech and UCF with 17 publications and over 35 national/international conference presentations. Professionally, she is active and holds leadership positions at the national level.

Dr. Salinas is a warm and caring doctor who loves working with her patients. She will do everything possible to ensure you have excellent care and an outstanding patient experience.

“Our compassionate team provides accurate diagnoses, evidence-based treaments, and education so that people can enjoy improved brain and behavioral health for better quality of life,” said Dr. Salinas.

Typical conditions the doctor sees in children and young adults include Epilepsy, Sports Related Concussion, Traumatic Brain Injury, Brain Tumors, Cancers, Late Effects of Chemotherapy, Brain Malformations, Prematurity and Birth Complications, Strokes, Spina bifida and Hydrocephalus, Genetic syndromes, Neurodevelopmental Disorders, Heart defects and surgery and Exposure to environmental toxins, bacteria/virus and substances.

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ABOVE MAP: The Space Coast Neuropsychology Center, lead by Christine M. Salinas, Psy.D., will celebrate their Grand Opening with a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, November 16 at 6:15 p.m. Space Coast Neuropsychology is located in The 1900 Building, located at 1900 South Harbor City Boulevard in Melbourne.


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