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The human brain, often referred to as the most complex organ in the body, holds immense power and potential. Understanding its intricate workings is crucial for diagnosing and treating various neurological conditions. This is where neurodiagnostics comes into play. 

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What are Neurodiagnostics?

Neurodiagnostics is a field of medicine that employs advanced techniques and technologies to assess, monitor, and diagnose disorders affecting the nervous system. It plays a vital role in unraveling the mysteries of the brain and improving patient care. 

Some of the neurodiagnostic tests that we have here at Parker Performance Institute include the following.

  • Electromyography
  • Nerve Conduction Velocity
  • Electroencephalogram
  • Diagnostic Ultrasound for Brain
  • Cognitive testing

Here at Parker Performance Institute, we also offer a range of innovative neurotherapeutics that can help you to regain your life after diagnosis, learn more about our offerings here.

Keep reading to find out more about the importance of neurodiagnostics and how it contributes to our understanding of neurological disorders.

Why Are Neurodiagnostics Important?​

Neurodiagnostics are an important part of medicine, because it allows us to ensure the proper treatment is given, alongside many other factors. Some of which are explained below.

  • Providing an Accurate Diagnosis: Neurodiagnostic tests provide valuable insights into the structure, function, and electrical activity of the brain and nervous system. These tests help healthcare professionals make accurate diagnoses. 
  • Treatment Planning: Neurodiagnostics play a crucial role in developing personalized treatment plans for patients with neurological conditions. The information gathered through various tests helps physicians understand the underlying causes, progression, and severity of the disorder. Armed with this knowledge, they can recommend the most effective treatments, including medication, surgery, cognitive therapy and training, physical and neurotherapeutics and neuroreactive training, or other interventions. Neurodiagnostic techniques also aid in monitoring the effectiveness of treatment and making adjustments as necessary.
  • Research and Advancements: The field of neurodiagnostics is constantly evolving, driven by research and technological advancements. In fact, here at Parker Performance Institute, we focus on providing innovative technologies for unparalleled care. By studying brain activity and abnormalities, researchers can gain valuable insights into the mechanisms behind neurological disorders. This knowledge contributes to the development of new treatment strategies, medications, and therapeutic interventions. 
  • Monitoring Disease Progression: For people who are living with chronic neurological conditions, neurodiagnostics are critical for monitoring disease progression and evaluating treatment outcomes. Regular follow-up tests, such as EEGs or concussion assessments, help physicians track changes in brain activity, identify potential complications, and adjust treatment plans accordingly. By closely monitoring patients, neurodiagnostics aids in improving quality of life and optimizing long-term management.

Frequently Asked Questions About Neurodiagnostics?

What are neurodiagnostics?

Neurodiagnostics are the study and recording of electrical activity in the brain, the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system.


How long do neurodiagnostic tests take?

Really, this will depend on what tests are needed – but as an example, an EEG usually takes from 30 to 60 minutes.

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