Falls Prevention Program
Falls are the leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries among seniors. People age 50 and older are at high risk for falls and should be aware of the risk factors. At Physician Partners, Neurology Specialists we provide a multi-disciplinary Falls Prevention Program that seeks to prevent future falls for patients who are at risk. The Falls Prevention Program includes a neurological evaluation by a trained neurologist, physical therapy evaluation by a certified physical therapist, social services and neuropsycological assistance. Begin your fall prevention plan by making an appointment with your doctor. To learn more about fall prevention at TMH, please call 431-5001. Learn more
We provide care for patients with a variety of memory disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease, dementias and more. If you or someone you know is experiencing increased forgetfulness, personality or behavioral change, problems with speech, reading or writing skills, or problems completing daily activities, medical attention could be necessary. Learn more
We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of individuals with suspected, early-onset and established Multiple Sclerosis (MS), a disease in which the immune system attacks the nerve connection between the body and the brain. We work to treat the physical, emotional and cognitive challenges patients with MS face. Learn more
Stroke is a medical emergency that occurs when blood flow is cut off to an area of the brain – a literal “brain attack.” Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare is licensed as North Florida's only Comprehensive Stroke Center and is the only facility in the region performing minimally invasive stroke interventions without opening the skull, including tPA intravenous treatments and endovascular neurosurgery. Are you at risk for stroke? Take our online assessment. If you or a loved one is experiencing signs of stroke, call 911 immediately. Learn more.
We provide diagnostic and consultative services, a wide variety of treatment and symptom management options, educational classes, caregivers training, counseling and ongoing support for Parkinson’s disease patients and their families. Learn more
Neuropsychology is a branch of clinical psychology that studies how the brain and nervous system affect our daily function — seeking to understand if the various components of the brain are able to do their jobs. Clinical neuropsychology uses assessment methods to evaluate, treat and rehabilitate individuals with suspected neurological or psychological problems. Learn more.
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Contact our office for more information or to schedule an appointment using TMH Carelink. You'll get a quick sign-up link once you schedule your appointment.
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What Patients Are Saying
“It was a really cool experience. It was remarkably simple and in a lot of ways I felt more comfortable, rather than sitting in the doctor’s office getting nervous. It felt a lot more conversational.”
“Meeting my doctor in this way was a blessing. It absolutely brought my doctor into my home, which is my comfort zone, instead of going to them."
What to Expect
If you’re new to TMH Carelink or this is your first-time using telemedicine, here are a few tips to consider before your first virtual visit.
- Check that you have the right equipment. To be able to connect using video and audio requires the use of a smartphone, tablet or computer connected to the internet. You’ll need to download the VidyoConnect app using the Apple App or Google Play Store to connect with your physician. A link will be sent to you just before your scheduled appointment time. If you are using a laptop or computer, you will be directed to the VidyoConnect website. Simply click this link and follow the instructions to join the telemedicine session with your provider. Be sure you’re powered up and ready to go at the time of your appointment. If you experience any challenges joining the virtual visit, contact your physician’s office.
- Sit in a quiet, comfortable, well-lit place. Do your best to find a quiet, comfortable location with few distractions and as little noise as possible. This with help you and your physician interact in a way that’s comfortable and best suited to your needs.
- Prepare as you would for any appointment. Organize your thoughts, jot down some notes and questions or list any symptoms you want to discuss.
Find more information about what to expect here.