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Convenience
Have these services performed in our office and avoid the hassle and wait times of the hospital or other out-patient facility.
Timely Results
Because our staff analyses and reads the tests here, many results can be given same-day or immediately.
Cost
Many procedures done in our office are more cost-effective than a hospital or other out-patient facility.

Electroencephalogram (EEG)

An electroencephalogram is a procedure which records the electrical activity in the brain and identifies abnormalities. It is a painless, non-invasive procedure in which electrodes with wires attached are pasted in certain spots on the scalp. The electrodes then send information to the EEG machine. Neurological disorders can be determined from the brain wave activity patterns. This procedure usually takes 45 minutes to 1 ½ hours.
EEG’s can be helpful to diagnose or rule-out the following conditions:
 Alzheimer’s disease
 Ataxia
 Concussions
 Dementia
 Dystonia
 Epilepsy
 Headaches
 Migraines
 Narcolepsy
At Neurology Clinic & Associates, we conveniently offer appointments for EEG studies and analysis of results. Call our office for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Electromyography (EMG)

An electromyography (EMG) is a procedure used to diagnoses or rule-out nerve or muscle conditions. An EMG analyses the electrical activity in your muscle as they move. An EMG may be suggested if you have:
 Muscle weakness
 Tingling
 Involuntary muscle twitching
 Muscle pain
 Numbness
 Paralysis
An EMG is composed of two parts; the nerve conduction study and needle EMG. During the nerve conduction study, electrodes are placed on the skin to send electrical signals. The second part uses small needles to also send electrical signals to your muscles while contracted and at rest. EMG’s are helpful in the diagnosis of:
 Radiculopathies
 Carpal tunnel syndrome
 Myasthenia gravis
 Muscular dystrophy
 Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Neurology Clinic & Associates conveniently offer EMG studies in our office. Please contact our office to schedule an appointment or with any questions you may have.

Arterial Brachial Index Test (ABI)

An arterial brachial index test (ABI) is a simple, non-invasive test to check blood flow to the legs. This test is commonly used to check for peripheral artery disease (PAD) and may be recommended for patients with the following risks:
 Diabetes
 High cholesterol
 Restricted blood flow (artheriosclerosis)
 History of tobacco use
 High blood pressure
During this test, blood pressure measurements are taken from the arm and ankle using an ultrasound device to detect pulse. The ABI is a painless procedure and takes 15-30 minutes to complete.
Neurology Clinic & Associates conveniently offers ABI testing in our office. Please call our office for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Holter

A holter monitor is a small, wearable device that records your heart rhythm for an extended period of time, usually 24-48 hours. A holter monitor can be helpful in diagnosing or ruling out certain heart conditions.

To attach the monitor, electrodes are placed on the patient’s chest. The electrodes are attached to wires which lead to a small device that records the heart rhythms. The patient can then go on with daily activity until the determined recording time is complete. The patient then simply returns to our office to have the holter removed and analyzed.

Neurology Clinic & Associates conveniently offers holter monitoring at our office. Please contact our office with any questions or to make an appointment.

Holter monitoring

A holter monitor is a small, wearable device that records your heart rhythm for an extended period of time, usually 24-48 hours. A holter monitor can be helpful in diagnosing or ruling out certain heart conditions.

To attach the monitor, electrodes are placed on the patient’s chest. The electrodes are attached to wires which lead to a small device that records the heart rhythms. The patient can then go on with daily activity until the determined recording time is complete. The patient then simply returns to our office to have the holter removed and analyzed.

Neurology Clinic & Associates conveniently offers holter monitoring at our office. Please contact our office with any questions or to make an appointment.

Arterial Brachial Index Test

An arterial brachial index test (ABI) is a simple, non-invasive test to check blood flow to the legs. This test is commonly used to check for peripheral artery disease (PAD) and may be recommended for patients with the following risks:
 Diabetes
 High cholesterol
 Restricted blood flow (artheriosclerosis)
 History of tobacco use
 High blood pressure
During this test, blood pressure measurements are taken from the arm and ankle using an ultrasound device to detect pulse. The ABI is a painless procedure and takes 15-30 minutes to complete.
Neurology Clinic & Associates conveniently offers ABI testing in our office. Please call our office for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Electroencephalogram (EEG)

An electroencephalogram is a procedure which records the electrical activity in the brain and identifies abnormalities. It is a painless, non-invasive procedure in which electrodes with wires attached are pasted in certain spots on the scalp. The electrodes then send information to the EEG machine. Neurological disorders can be determined from the brain wave activity patterns. This procedure usually takes 45 minutes to 1 ½ hours.
EEG’s can be helpful to diagnose or rule-out the following conditions:
 Alzheimer’s disease
 Ataxia
 Concussions
 Dementia
 Dystonia
 Epilepsy
 Headaches
 Migraines
 Narcolepsy
At Neurology Clinic & Associates, we conveniently offer appointments for EEG studies and analysis of results. Call our office for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Electromyography (EMG)

An electromyography (EMG) is a procedure used to diagnoses or rule-out nerve or muscle conditions. An EMG analyses the electrical activity in your muscle as they move. An EMG may be suggested if you have:
 Muscle weakness
 Tingling
 Involuntary muscle twitching
 Muscle pain
 Numbness
 Paralysis
An EMG is composed of two parts; the nerve conduction study and needle EMG. During the nerve conduction study, electrodes are placed on the skin to send electrical signals. The second part uses small needles to also send electrical signals to your muscles while contracted and at rest. EMG’s are helpful in the diagnosis of:
 Radiculopathies
 Carpal tunnel syndrome
 Myasthenia gravis
 Muscular dystrophy
 Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
Neurology Clinic & Associates conveniently offer EMG studies in our office. Please contact our office to schedule an appointment or with any questions you may have.