Dr. Neal has worked primarily with veterans, adults, and seniors presenting with a variety of neurological, medical and psychiatric conditions. This has included neuropsychological assessment of dementia, movement disorders (Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease), stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), organ transplant, multiple sclerosis, medical conditions such as autoimmune diseases and cancer, and psychiatric conditions including depression, anxiety, and severe mental illness. Additional areas of experience include cognitive rehabilitation therapy for compensation of cognitive impairment as well as specialized treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and related anxiety disorders.
Dr. Neal holds a particular interest in Alzheimer’s disease and has served as Ambassador of the Alzheimer’s Association mid-south chapter since 2016. In her role as Ambassador, she advocates at the legislative level for advances in Alzheimer’s treatment and caregiver support. She is a proponent of functional medicine and passionately believes in a comprehensive, multi-modal approach towards Alzheimer’s risk reduction.