Our Difference

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Advanced

US EEG utilizes state-of-the-art equipment, manufactured by Cadwell, a leader in the Neurodiagnostic industry, and progressive technology to equip our skilled technicians. Cadwell was formed in 1979 and is a global leader in the development, manufacturing, and servicing of neurophysiological equipment. Our EEG testing is enhanced by video recording that enables reading physicians to visually correlate events. Neurologists have secure remote access in order to interpret EEG studies.

Accessible

Ordering an EEG and receiving results is smooth and seamless. Our turn-key service handles everything from scheduling, staffing, reading, and billing. Once your order for a routine or ambulatory is sent to us, the patient will be contacted within 24 hours to schedule the test. After the test is complete, you will either have the data within 24 hours, or, if the data is being interpreted by one of our highly-qualified neurologists, within 48-72 hours. Another benefit of our ambulatory services is our ability to meet patients at their homes to set up the tests. Our technicians are then available 24/7 for any questions or issues that the patient might have.

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Skilled

Our technicians operate in accordance with the with guidelines and standards of practice set forth by the American Society of Electroneurodiagnostic Technologists (ASET), the American Clinical Neurophysiology Society (ACNS), and American EEG society (AEEG). Our technicians utilize the Trusted Neurodiagnostics Academy (a leading eLearning platform) for continuing education units and to enhance their skills. Our Vice President of Clinical Operations has over 20 years of experience in the Neurodiagnostic field, and spent 15 years as the head of the neurology department at Texas Tech University.

Our EEG Services

  • routine

    An EEG is a test used to detect irregularities in the electrical activity of the brain.

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  • ambulatory

    Often clinical events and physiological changes in the EEG can be a challenge to correlate during a routine diagnostic EEG.

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  • pediatric ambulatory

    When seizure activity is not identified in a routine EEG, pediatric patients may benefit from a video ambulatory EEG. 

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  • long term

    US EEG can meet the needs of facilities such as hospitals, rehab centers, and long-term care facilities by providing long-term bedside EEGs.

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