Neurophysiology Associates, LLC is designed to assist physicians during surgical interventions in which the nervous system and its supportive structures may be put at risk. We are committed to establishing superior standards for intraoperative monitoring through advanced clinical practices and state-of-the-art equipment. To this end, we demand that all of our intraoperative monitoring clinicians are CNIM® (ABRET®) certified to perform neurophysiologic monitoring. Most of our IOM technologists carry advanced degrees in the form of master's degrees or D-ABNM. Through years of academic study and clinical experience we are confident that we can fulfill the needs of our clients. All of our clinicians are fully trained and credentialed to monitor many types of neurosurgical, orthopedic, vasular, otolaryngological, and cardiothoracic surgeries, ranging from lumbar decompression and spinal fusion to posterior fossa tumor resection and carotid endarterectomy. By offering a full range of intraoperative tests for a variety treatment options, we can fully protect our patients and prevent neurologic injury as we strive to make complex surgical cases safer.
Neurophysiology Associates, LLC provides outpatient neurodiagnostic testing services
to neurologists, orthopedists, neurosurgeons, physiatrists, and pain management
physicians in order to assist them in the proper diagnosis and treatment of pathologic
conditions of the nervous system.
Neurophysiology Associates, LLC is available on a consultative basis to assist hospitals,
physicians, physician groups, and neurodiagnostic laboratories in coordinating research projects, developing lab protocols and procedures, evaluating budgetary needs for the procurement of neurodiagnostic equipment, teaching courses related with intraoperative monitoring and clinical testing, and training others in the techniques and skills necessary to provide adequate care while assessing and monitoring the nervous system.
Neurophysiology Associates, LLC supervised cases by board certified neurologists
via remote monitoring mechanisms. Our neurologists view our technologists waves in
real-time. They are able to listen to and respond by voice or text to the technologist and the
operative physician in order to provide professional interpretation of neurologic signals as
they are recorded.