At Sunrise Medical Group, we offer our patients a wide range of diagnostic services with convenient locations and a patient-friendly environment. The dedicated outpatient focus of our facility is designed to provide ease of scheduling and reduce waiting times for patients while maintaining high standards for clinical quality. We take great pride in our efforts to achieve superior customer service for our patients.
The following list of available procedures includes some of the more common tests used to help diagnose a neurological condition.
EEG measures and records the electrical brain activity using small electrodes placed on the patient’s scalp.
EMG allows the physician to observe changes in electrical voltage that occur during movement and rest.
Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV)
NCV assesses the nerve’s ability to send signals by using electrodes to send a small pulse of electricity to the nerve of a particular muscle.
Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response (BAER)
BAER evaluates the activity of the brain that occurs in response to certain tones or clicks.
Short-Latency Somatosensory Evoked Potential (SSEP)
SSEP calculates the reliability of the nerve impulses between the arms and legs and the spine and brain as the nerves are transmitted.
Visual Evoked Response (VER)
VER measures the optic nerves’ integrity and function.
Carotid ultrasound studies structure and function of the carotid arteries in your neck using sound waves.
Balance Testing/Fall Prevention
Using advanced technology, a series of assessments are used to evaluate vertigo and dizziness.
Assess brain function through structured and systematic behavioral observation of skills such as memory, language, attention, and information processing.
Long Term Video Monitoring (LTVM)
LTVM is a specialized form of electroencephalogram (EEG) in which a patient is continuously monitored on video while brainwave activity is recorded.