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Welcome to the Neuro Well.
The Neuro Well is re-inventing
the way we approach brain care.
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Behavioral Healthcare Integration
Traditionally, Neurology & Psychiatry were one field. Over time, the two fields were split apart. At The Neuro Well, we are Unifying brain care by bringing the two fields back together. All our providers are dual-trained in Neurology & Psychiatry. Besides offering excellent care for neurological and psychiatric conditions, we also provide sophisticated preventative brain care for anyone in the family. The Neuro Well features one of the nation’s first Alzheimer’s Prevention Programs. The Neuro Well was designed from the ground up to be a Patient-Centered Specialty practice. Each day, we aim to provide the most Excellent, Integrative and Hospitable care.
Real, Live Results
All patients receive an Integrated Care Plan that combines Natural, Medical, and Cutting-Edge ideas. Natural treatments include an entire line of mind-altering, natural supplements made from food, which Dr. Seifan designed for Honeybrains, a fast-casual restaurant chain in New York that serves good food, and more, for the brain. Medical treatments include prescription medications that are indicated for neurological or psychiatric or medical diagnoses that impact brain health. Cutting-edge treatments include the use of a medication for a different purpose than its intended use (off-label use). As part of each patient's cutting-edge recommendations, Dr. Seifan will also include referrals to participation in clinical research trials that can provide you with access to future brain health technologies that can safely help your brain, today.
Maslow’s Hierarchy of Basic Needs:
Abraham Maslow was a practitioner of humanistic psychology who created a theory of psychological health predicated on fulfilling innate human needs in priority, culminating in self-actualization called Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. The 5 levels were depicted in a triangle and are comprised of these fundamental concepts:
Physiological Needs such as air, water, shelter, sleep, clothing.
Safety Needs such as security, employment, health, property, resources.
Love and Belonging such as friendship, intimacy, family, a sense of connection and acceptance.
Esteem such as respect for oneself as well as others, self-esteem, recognition, freedom.
Self Actualization such as the desire to become the most that one can be.