At your request
we review the original (in Russian language) or translated
medical records and videotape of your child. The intent
of our report is to interpret and explain medical and
developmental data as they appear in the records and video
you provided. When required, we check the completeness
and accuracy of the translation. We attempt to comment
on the risk associated with certain medical conditions
indicated in the record and/or observed on the video.
Our goal is to provide you with objective professional
information to the best of our professional expertise.
Please be advised that the scope of our report is limited
and solely based on information given to us by you. We
cannot be responsible for the completeness, accuracy,
and correctness of the medical records provided to us.
This consultation is no substitute for a thorough "hands-on"
evaluation. Therefore, you should not expect us to draw
conclusive determinations regarding the child's current
status and future level of psychological functioning.
appointment is required for this service. The procedure
is as follows:
1. Call the
office to talk to an assistant about the scope of this
service and costs. You may be instructed to:
- Send us a copy of
related documents by regular mail; enclose a check for
the service as determined during the telephone call.
- If available, upload
your digital video/audio files to the Internet depository,
the address of which and instructions for upload will
be given to you at the time of telephone conversation.
2. On receiving all
necessary initial information from you, Dr. Gindis will
send you an email confirmation with a couple of time slots,
available for the telephone consultation.
3. Choose the time
of this consultation and confirm it.
4. Call in at the
- We accept
copies of your medical records and tapes and do not return
them to you.
- Please allow five
(5) business days for processing. We will do our best
to respond earlier to accommodate your circumstances,
but we do not accept "emergency" referrals.