Keyhill Sheorn, MD is a general psychiatrist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Independent Medical Evaluation
An IME can be especially helpful to determine the proximate cause and diagnostic consequences of a work-related incident or other potentially traumatic events.
It can also be helpful in determining whether treatment has been necessary and appropriate, and if Maximum Medical Improvement has been reached. At times, an IME is requested as an initial diagnostic evaluation.
A medical record review can be used to assist in evaluating a case when the claimant does not need to be seen.
This type of opinion can be provided either with or without a written report, depending on the needs of the case.
Sometimes all you might need is an answer to a question or concern you have about a case. Don’t hesitate to call or email for brief consultations.
An expert witness, by virtue of education, skill, and experience, is determined to have expertise sufficient that they may be relied on legally to offer an expert opinion. Dr. Sheorn is impartial and serves both plaintiff and defense.
Dr. Sheorn is a solo practitioner specializing in the long-term treatment of PTSD. She is an expert in determining who suffers from PTSD, and more specifically, who does not.
She is the Director of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Training at the Medical College of Virginia Hospital and is the recent past president of the Virginia Psychoanalytic Society.
Dr. Sheorn has thirty-one years in practice and over twenty years experience as an expert witness and independent examiner.