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- Company: Clinical Neuroscience Services of WNC
- Phone: 919-768-2243
Other Locations: Asheville, NC; Charlotte, NC; Greensboro, NC; Durham, NC
Specialty 1: Neuropsychology
Specialty 2: Psychology
Specialty Focus: Clinical Neuropsychologist serving the piedmont and western North Carolina. Expertise in neuropsychological assessment, traumatic brain injury, stroke, dementia, PTSD, malingering, fitness for duty, return to work, return to play, competency, substance abuse, somatoform disorder, conversion disorder, pseudo-seizures, and psychogenic movement disorders.
Medical School: Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
License(s): NC (#2730)
Years in Practice: 19Experience:
- 12 years performing IMEs
- Deposed/Testified 10 times
IME Training: SEAK
Dr. Acheson is a clinical and forensic neuropsychologist in private practice in Asheville, NC. He also holds faculty appointments in the Department of Psychiatry at UNC School of Medicine and in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University Medical Center where he completed his neuropsychology residency and post-doctoral fellowship training. He remains available throughout central and western NC for consultation. Dr. Acheson has over 10 years of experience providing forensic evaluations in criminal and civil cases, independent medical evaluations, as well as disability evaluations for the Veteran’s Administration. He has also performed fitness for duty; workers comp; and issues surrounding civil capacity (e.g., medical decision making / financial decision making / independent living). Dr. Acheson also provides expert testimony concerning the behavioral and cognitive effects of drugs of abuse; traumatic brain injury; somatoform and conversion disorders; and malingering. Dr. Acheson's primary clinical specialty is traumatic brain injury and related issues such as return to work/play; recovery of function; and the cognitive, behavioral and emotional sequelae of TBI. He has worked with clients from early adolescence through late adulthood.