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Small Fiber Biopsy

The only way to definitively diagnosis small fiber neuropathy is through a skin biopsy. Small fiber neuropathy results from damage to the small, unmyelinated nerve fibers that convey pain and temperature sensations. Routine neurological exams such as EMG and nerve conduction studies can often be normal in patients with isolated small fiber neuropathy. The physician […]

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Trigger Point Injections

Trigger point injection (TPI) is a simple procedure widely performed to relieve myofascial pain. It involves injection of medications into trigger points, or knots that form when muscles do not relax.

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VNS-Vagus Nerve Stimulation

There’s one vagus nerve on each side of your body, running from your brainstem through your neck to your chest and abdomen. With vagus nerve stimulation, a device is surgically implanted (by a neurosurgeon) under the skin on your chest. A wire is threaded under your skin connecting the device to the left vagus nerve. […]

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Botox Injections

This new and specialized revolutionary treatment has been very effective in helping select patients with diagnoses of migraines, headaches, dystonia, blepharospasm, torticollis, hemiplegia, muscle spasms, and multiple sclerosis.

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Evoked Potential Testing

This test evaluates the function of nerve fiber pathways from the eyes, ears, arms, and legs through the spinal cord into the brain. This test is most helpful for diagnosing multiple sclerosis, optic neuritis, hearing loss, and spinal cord diseases.

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Brainwave Testing

EEG Testing The electroencephalogram (EEG), or brain wave, is a written record of the brain’s electrical activity. It is used to assist in the investigation of symptoms related to the Central Nervous System, i.e., seizures, blackouts, dizziness, headaches, confusion, or behavior problems. An instrument called an electroencephalograph registers tiny bits of electrical brain activity then prints […]

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Muscle Testing

Electromyography (EMG), often is done along with a nerve conduction velocity study, (NCV) which measures your muscle and nerve electrical activity. A small needle is placed in your muscles, and the results are recorded on a special machine. These tests are used to help determine if a person’s muscle weakness, pain, or numbness are due […]

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Diagnostic Testing

Nerve Conduction Studies Electromyography (muscle testing/EMG) Electroencephalography Readings (EEG) Lumbar Puncture Evoked Potential Ambulatory EEG’s (new service offered) Botox Injections for appropriate neurologic conditions Nerve Injections

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General Services

A careful history taking process is followed by a complete and thorough examination, which then allows for the formulation of a thoughtful and intelligent assessment, or diagnosis. All diagnostic and treatment options are thoroughly discussed. Communication becomes the crucial link in the doctor-patient relationship. We work together with the patient as a team to treat […]

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