Bercaw Neuropsychology
Brandon | Tampa

Brandon & Tampa Neuropsychologist

Bercaw Neuropsychology

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Bercaw Neuropsychology is an expert consultation service provided by Dr. Edwin Bercaw, a Florida-licensed, board-certified neuropsychologist with over 12 years of experience evaluating adults with a variety of medical or psychological issues.

The primary aims of Bercaw Neuropsychology are compassionate patient care, concise—yet thoughtful analysis and accurate reports, with personal follow-up when needed to address ongoing questions or patient needs.

What is a Neuropsych Evaluation?

A neuropsychological evaluation uses various assessment techniques for the purpose of better understanding memory, thinking, emotions, and behavior.  This is a process that includes giving standardized tests, each "normed" using a sample from the general population, so we can see how well a person's scores compare to what is expected for that person's age.  But more than just giving a few memory tests, the neuropsychologist allows the patient to discuss his or her concerns and asks questions about background and health, reviews records, and will try to understand that person's capabilities and limitations in daily life.  The testing covers a wide range of cognitive abilities, including attention, processing speed, memory, language, visual reasoning, and sensory-motor skills.  These evaluations can reveal important patterns of strengths and weakness.  Assessment of mood, anxiety, pain, trauma, substance use, and other potential psychological issues is also important to the evaluation.  All of these data are then interpreted by the neuropsychologist to assist in diagnosis or to determine the extent of recovery after an injury or decline from disease.  This may impact the provider's treatment plan. 

Types of Evaluations

Dr. Bercaw accepts referrals from doctors, therapists, or case managers to provide the following types of neuropsychological evaluations.  

Mild Cognitive Impairment or Dementia

Traumatic brain injury (TBI)

other medical or psychiatric conditions

Pre-surgical evaluations

FAA pilot and Air Traffic Controller psychological / neuropsychological evaluations

Workers’ compensation


Compulsory medical evaluation / independent medical evaluation (CME/IME)