Community Care Network

Neuro Scans

A scan that can identify early signs of cognitive issues

Specialized testing helps differentiate neurological conditions from other conditions with similar symptoms. Data from these tests helps our physicians determine an accurate diagnosis to begin appropriate treatment. Our neuro–diagnostic testing includes:

A routine electroncephalogram(REEG) is a diagnostic test that detects electrical actIvity in your brain using electrodes attached to your scalp. Your brain cells communicate via electrical impulses, which are always active, even when you’re asleep. The electrical activity is then displayed on a graph as an EEG recording. The most common type of EEG test is called a Routine EEG; the test itself is 20 to 40 minutes in length and is typically done in a physician’s office.

An Ambulatory EEG with video test allows the patient to be monitored for up to 72 hours in their own home. The Ambulatory EEG with video test records both brainwaves and video at the same time. This allows the physician to see what is happening when the patient has a seizure or event and compare the picture to the EEG recording. Sounds that occur during the testing are also recorded so that the interpreting neurologist can tell if the seizure or event was related to electrical activity in the brain. Symbios Integrative Health believes that neuro-diagnostic testing plays a significant role in preventative care, placing medical necessity and healthcare compliance as a top-priority.

Symbios Integrative Health believes that neuro-diagnostic testing plays a significant role in the treatment of mental health in patient populations as well as preventive care, placing medical necessity and healthcare compliance as a top priority.

What does ANS Testing help to treat and diagnose?

  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Stress-related Dysfunctions
  • Sympathetic/Parasympathetic Balance

Autonomic dysfunction is a medical condition used to describe the disabling or failure of the Autonomic Nervous System. Millions of Ameri­cans are impacted by autonomic dysfunction. Evolving new evidence suggests that establishing & maintaining Autonomic balance through ANS Testing is proven to reduce mortality & morbidity. If Autonomic dysfunction is not treated, the condition can deteriorate and lead to complications such as Diabetic Autonomic Neuropa­thy and Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy. Both cases present big risk factors for adverse events and can be monitored annually through Autonomic Nervous System testing.

At Symbios Integrative Health, we utilize ANS testing to determine heart rate variabilities which affect the balance between the autonomic nervous system, sympathetic nervous system, and parasympathetic nervous system. Following a treatment regimen utilizing the VECTTOR Therapy System, the ANS demonstrates the efficacy of the treatments by restoring and maintaining autonomic balance.

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