As a leading, boutique and independent neurology practice in the Tri-State area, we are well versed in conducting various neurological tests and procedures so that we can deliver the most accurate diagnosis for our patients. During your first appointment with our neurology specialist, we will perform a thorough, neurological examination that can assess basic elements such as your cognition, speech, hearing, motor skills, and more. After your initial consultation, we may perform more advanced tests and procedures as listed below:
Types of Tests & Procedures We Conduct
Carotid Duplex Ultrasound
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Evoked Response Testing
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Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound
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Why You Should Choose Northern Neurology Specialties and Dr. Jill Bressler
At Northern Neurology Specialties, our staff members are experienced, highly receptive to your needs and will ensure your total comfort during any test or procedure conducted. The physician and our technicians will explain your diagnostic procedure to you clearly and will take time to address any questions you may have.
It is important to note the list above does not include all diagnostic testing we may recommend to our patients as part of their full, neurological work-up. Our plan of care and methodologies of obtaining a precise diagnosis will always include referring you outside our practice for diagnostic testing we do not perform in-house and/or to other, trusted sub-specialist physicians for opinions as well as making sure you follow-up with your primary care physician along the way.
Contact our office or visit us in person to learn more about specific, neurological testing procedures that you have questions about or have been referred to receive by your surgeon or other specialists physician.