When Your Doctor Says You Need a Neurologist

Cherry Creek Neurology offers the expertise you need to recover fully and fast.

How your injury affects you is completely personal. Cherry Creek Neurology takes the time to understand what you are experiencing.

If you have had a concussion,  headaches, dizziness, tremors, speech problems, vision loss, or sleep issues, we invite you to contact us today or make an appointment now.


What to Expect

Choosing Cherry Creek Neurology means having a specialized and attentive team with the goal of restoring your health.

As a new patient, you will meet with a member of our team to gather information about your health history and present condition.

Then you will meet Dr. Ament for an initial evaluation and physical examination, so he can get a thorough understanding of your situation. He will review your medical history, and ask many questions about your symptoms and current problems. Dr. Ament will also review your previous treatments, testing, medical history, and any additional concerns you may have.

Once you and the doctor establish a strong understanding of your medical condition, Dr. Ament will design a plan of care personalized to your needs. Our office staff will then communicate this plan to your entire team—including your current doctors, as well as any potential new providers or specialists—so that everyone is on the same page, and you can focus on getting better.


Preparing for Your Visit

In advance of your appointment with us, a member of our team will contact you. We will help you know what to expect, gather information we need to better serve you, and ensure you feel fully prepared for your visit.

What to Bring

It is helpful to bring the following with you to your appointment:
  • A List of Concerns and Questions

    To be sure we give you all the answers we can, please bring a written list of your questions and concerns.

  • A Friend or Family Member

    While not a requirement, you might find it helpful to have someone come with you to your appointment. They can be helpful in remembering everything you wanted to ask and share, and in keeping track of what was said during the appointment. You are welcome to bring a spouse, significant other, confidante, translator, or friend.

  • Medical Records

    If you have copies, please bring any available medical records that relate to your condition. These might include copies of pertinent procedure/surgery notes and test results, (labs/blood work, MRI, CT, X-ray, sleep studies, echocardiograms, or other imaging studies.) If you do not have copies of your records but can provide us the name of your previous healthcare providers, we will request your records for you.

  • Current Medications

    It is very important that we develop a current and accurate list of all your medications, including dosage, frequency, and prescribing doctor. Please also be prepared to share all over-the-counter medications and supplements you may be taking. Many patients find it helpful to simply bring the medication bottles.

  • Allergies

    If you have any known allergies, please be prepared to let us know about any drugs or other substances that cause reactions for you.

Make an Appointment

Get on the road to recovery today.

Call 303.834.5677 or request an appointment online.