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Dr. Michael McCrea, PHD

Neuropsychology ·  Male

Dr. McCrea

Dr. Michael McCrea, PHD is a neuropsychologist in Milwaukee, WI. He specializes in neuropsychology and clinical neuropsychology.


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(414) 805-5400

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Dr. Michael McCrea, PHD is a neuropsychologist in Milwaukee, WI. He specializes in neuropsychology and clinical neuropsychology.

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  • Neuropsychology
  • Clinical Neuropsychology

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Had short/long term mem issues for years.Recently linked them to concussions.Saw McCrea after a 2 mo wait.Previously, had an extensive memory test done,failed a few areas, had a brain MRI and saw a few other Drs.He asked questions for 30 minutes then went out with his grad assistant to read my memory test results.He said its a part of getting old??Not remembering a convo I've had 5 minutes ago is normal or not recalling breakfast? Been 6 weeks and never got the report he promised the next week.
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