Following the assessment, you should perform a neurological exam, documenting any abnormal findings (or refer as appropriate). The key aspects are vision, hearing, cranial nerves, muscle strength and sensation (pinprick, light touch, temperature, proprioception), balance and coordination, reflexes, and cognitive assessment (e.g. mini-mental status exam). Note the service member's behavior, appearance, and speech along with your focused evaluation.
Neuropsychological testing and bloodwork are often recommended as part of the comprehensive examination depending on the symptoms that the service member or veteran endorses. You will be able to use these findings in the treatment section.