Also known as a nerve conduction velocity is a test used to determine nerve damage and dysfunction. The procedure will assess how quickly electrical impulses move through your peripheral nerves that are located exterior to your brain and along your spinal cord. The slower the impulse moves through the nerve, the more damaged the nerve.
This method of treatment is effective for patients with chronic migraines because the chemicals in botox block neurotransmitters that relay the sensation of pain commonly known as a migraine to your brain.
Concussion testing is preformed to evaluate your brain’s cognitive (processing and thinking) ability after a head trauma.
EEG is an electrophysiological monitoring test that records and tracks the electrical activity or brain wave patterns. Small metal sensors, or electrodes, are attached to scalp with wires connecting to the machine to read the electric activity in your brain.