Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center
Neurologists and related specialties in Mesa AZ
Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center in Mesa, Arizona, is a full-service neurology and brain health center with services including MRI exams, physical therapy, EEGs, neuropsychological evaluations, and behavioral health -- all in addition to neurologists. Our neurologists see patients in person and/or virtually over telehealth video (with some exceptions). Dr. Megan Dale conducts neuropsychological evaluations, Dr. Marnie Whitley offers counseling, naturopathy, and cognitive rehabilitation, and Dr. Eric Gee administers physical therapy. For your convenience we also have a clinic in Chandler, AZ.
Call us with any questions or to book an appointment. (Please enter Suite 103 through the gated area)
Important Notice: Even though the COVID-19 threat has lessened, you may be able to take advantage of virtual appointments over telehealth video. Call us with questions or to book your visit.
Neurologists and other providers
Services We Offer
Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center Mesa provides multidisciplinary care for the vast range of neurological conditions. We focus on the body and mind, all from one location for our patients’ convenience.
MRI Exams Available at Neurology Associates Mesa
Neurology Associates Mesa houses a top-tier MRI machine that delivers detailed information about conditions of the brain and spine so your neurologist can tailor a treatment plan just for you.
We Accept Out-of-State Patients
via Telehealth Video Appointments
Neurology Associates is doing its part to reduce patients’ exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus, even as the pandemic threat has lessened. Many patients who request it may conduct their neurology, counseling and behavioral appointments with our neurologists, counselor and psychiatric nurse practitioner over audio-video. This even applies to many existing and new patients who live outside of the Phoenix area or out of state. (Please note, depending on condition, some new patients may need to see their neurologist in-person for the first visit. Call 480 800 4890 for more information.)
My neurologist here has been great at listening to me. I know my well-being and life mean something here. I am very glad I found this place after the strokes, open skull surgeries, craniotomy, and cranioplasty I have had.
I’m a new patient. May I do my initial visit over video?It depends. Ideally, our neurologists need to meet all new patients in person the first time. This allows our doctors to conduct physical examinations as called for, and gather any other data that may be difficult or impossible to collect over video. Importantly, visits for some conditions, including Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, do require an in-person initial visit. Diagnosis and/or first-time treatment of these diseases requires hands-on analysis. We realize some patients may be extremely concerned about going out in public, especially during virus season. It is important to know that Neurology Associates takes health and safety precautions seriously, providing as protected a space as we possibly can to both patients and staff. Please call us at 480 800 4890 to discuss your specific needs and questions.
I’m an existing patient. May I change an in-person appointment to telehealth?Yes, if you are seeing a neurologist, and/or our naturopathic physician/counselor, our psychiatric nurse practitioner, or, depending on treatment, our physical therapist. Just call us at 480 800 4890 for details specific to your inquiry.
Does insurance cover telehealth appointments?Most insurance companies relaxed their restrictions on medical video visits during COVID-19 and have kept those modern policies in place. If you are unsure whether your insurer will cover telehealth, please call that insurance company. Telehealth coverage is determined by insurer, not Neurology Associates.
I’m a self-pay patient. Can I use telehealth?Yes, although it depends on the reason for the visit. Some providers and all technicians still must conduct appointments in person (see the next question for details). Also, if you are a new patient, we likely will need you to come in to the clinic for the first visit (please refer to the first question in this FAQ). Call us at 480 800 4890 for more information.
Which services require an in-person appointment?All neuropsychological and medical marijuana evaluations, as well as all injections, infusions, and diagnostic tests, including MRIs, must be done in person. Most physical therapy is done in person as well, although some may be conducted over video. Please call us at 480 800 4890 for more information, including in which clinic these services are offered.
Is there a cancelation policy for telehealth appointments?Yes, the same policy applies as if you canceled an in-person visit. Canceling a telehealth appointment with less than 24 hours’ notice will result in a $50 fee.
How do video appointments work?The process works much the same as if you were in the office. To that point, please sit in as quiet and private a space as possible during your video appointment. This minimizes any distractions, interruptions and noise for both you and your provider. Here is a step-by-step overview of how video appointments work: 1. We will send the link to your private video call in advance of your remote appointment. This works best over email but we can send a text if needed. 2. Fifteen (15) minutes before your appointment time, click the link we provided. 3. Enter your first and last names when prompted. (Refer to the next section, “Technology Requirements,” for information about enabling your camera and microphone.) 4. A front desk associate will answer your video call, verify your insurance information and collect your copay. 5. The associate will then transfer your call to your medical assistant, who will be in a private room and will collect health information from you, the same as if you were in the room together. 6. Once that is concluded, the medical assistant will leave the room and notify the doctor that you are waiting. You will not be placed on hold; the call will stay live as if you were actually in the room. 7. Your doctor will then come into the private room and conduct your appointment as if you were together in person. 8. When you and your doctor are done, your medical assistant will return and check you out. 9. When your appointment ends, make sure to close the link.
Does Neurology Associates take my insurance?Neurology Associates accepts most major insurance plans. Our staff will verify that we accept your specific plan prior to any treatment or visits. See our insurance page for more information.