Clinical neuropsychopharmacology utilizes the advances in clinical research and applies them to medical practice in real-world settings. This type of treatment advocates for a scientific and humanistic approach rather than just a biological approach to the treatment of conditions that patients suffer from. It is important to have mastery and in-depth knowledge of metabolism, neurotransmitter systems, medication interactions, and conditions that affect brain and behavior when trying to design complex medication treatment that is the right fit for an individual patient.
Many patients continue to suffer despite treatments with conventional and widely available medications and may need more aggressive and out-of-the-box type therapies in order to improve their quality of life. We are comfortable in providing these types of therapies for treatment-resistant patients.