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Neurology

If you were recently in a car crash, had a fall or another traumatic event and are suffering from severe headaches, memory problems or confusion, chronic pain, dizziness or vertigo, numbness or tingling, or are experiencing difficulty walking, uncontrollable tremors or jerks, you may be experiencing a nervous system problem.

Neurological
Exam

When something is wrong with your nervous system, you need experts who understand your symptoms and provide you with an appropriate diagnosis and treatment plan.

On-Site
Testing

CITIMED’s Neurophysiology Department takes care of the in-house neuro-diagnostic testing of our patients.

NCV
Testing

Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) is a test of the speed of electrical signals through a nerve. The administrator will place surface electrodes on the skin over nerves at various locations.

EEG
Testing

Electroencephalography and its test, the electroencephalogram (EEG), measure and record the electrical activity in different parts of your brain.

EMG
Testing

While an EEG records the electrical waves of your brain, electromyography (EMG) assesses nerve and muscle function in your arms or legs (that may reflect what is happening in your brain, neck, or back).

VNG
Testing

Videonystagmography (VNG) is a complete diagnostic system for recording, analyzing, and reporting involuntary eye movements, called nystagmus, using video imaging technology.

We offer nonsurgical and surgical means

Our specialists provide expert brain and spine care to treat neurological issues. While our neurologist has the knowledge and expertise in evaluating and diagnosing neurological problems, a neurosurgeon performs necessary surgical procedures.

Neurologist

Board Certified Neurologist, Founder and President of CITIMED

Neurological Exam.

When something is wrong with your nervous system, you need experts who understand your symptoms and provide you with an appropriate diagnosis and treatment plan. CITIMED’s board-certified neurologist will review your medical history and symptoms and conduct a neurological evaluation focusing on your brain and nervous system. They might use instruments such as lights and reflex hammers to assess your nervous system.

They might also test your motor skills, balance, coordination, and mental status to help identify the cause of your symptoms and work with your medical team to create a customized treatment plan for you.

On-Site Testing.

CITIMED’s Neurophysiology Department takes care of the in-house neuro-diagnostic testing of our patients. The Neurophysiology Unit provides sophisticated neuro-diagnostic vestibular/balance testing, which yields critical information and provides valuable assistance to patients in developing their treatment plans.

We provide nerve (NCV) and vestibular/balance (VNG) testing, yielding critical information about nerve deficits and injuries, neurodiagnostics, and a G.E. Signa Profile High-Field MRI machine on the premises to ensure your access to the best diagnostic tools.

NCV Testing.

Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) is a test of the speed of electrical signals through a nerve. The administrator will place surface electrodes on the skin over nerves at various locations. Each patch gives off a very mild electrical impulse, stimulating the nerve while the other electrodes record the nerve’s resulting electrical activity. The distance between electrodes and the time it takes for electrical impulses to travel between electrodes are used to determine the speed of the nerve signals.

EMG, Electromyography (recording from needles placed into the muscles) is often done simultaneously as this test.

EEG Testing.

Electroencephalography and its test, the electroencephalogram (EEG), measure and record the electrical activity in different parts of your brain.

An EEG is a safe, easy, and painless test that involves pasting electrodes to the surface of your scalp that will record your brain waves at rest and during certain activities to detect abnormalities in the electrical activity of your brain.

EMG Testing.

While an EEG records the electrical waves of your brain, electromyography (EMG) assesses nerve and muscle function in your arms or legs (that may reflect what is happening in your brain, neck, or back). An EMG measures muscle response or electrical activity in response to a nerve’s stimulation by inserting one or more small needles (also called electrodes) through the skin into the muscle. Physicians use these tests to help detect neuromuscular abnormalities.

VNG Testing.

Videonystagmography (VNG) is a complete diagnostic system for recording, analyzing, and reporting involuntary eye movements, called nystagmus, using video imaging technology. The patient wears hi-tech video goggles with infrared cameras while they look or lie in different positions to determine the causes of dizziness or balance disorders.

The cameras record eye movements and display them on a video/computer screen allowing the examiner to see how the eyes move, which is very helpful in assessing balance system health.

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