Electroencephalography (EEG)


Electroencephalography is an electrophysiological monitoring test that records and tracks the electrical activity or brain wave patterns. Small metal sensors, or electrodes, are attached the to scalp with wires connecting to a machine that reads the electric activity in your brain. An EEG is typically preformed to diagnose epilepsy and sleep disorders.

Concussion testing


Concussion testing is preformed to evaluate your brain’s cognitive (processing and thinking) ability after a head trauma.

Nerve Conduction


Nerve Conduction ,also known as a nerve conduction velocity (NCV), is a test used to determine nerve damage and dysfunction. The procedure assesses 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.

Botox for Migraines


This method of treatment is effective for patients with chronic migraine. The chemicals in botox block neurotransmitters that relay the sensation of pain, commonly known as a migraine, to your brain.

Areas of Specialty

Multiple Sclerosis

A chronic, typically progressive disease involving damage to the sheaths of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. The symptoms may include numbness, impairment of speech and of muscular coordination, blurred vision, and severe fatigue.


Fibromyalgia is a medically unexplained syndrome characterized by chronic widespread pain, and a heightened response to pressure (allodynia). Other core symptoms are debilitating fatigue, sleep disturbance, and joint stiffness.

Memory Impairment

Memory change, or memory loss, is partial or complete loss of memory caused by a physical or psychological condition. Memory loss can be temporary or permanent. Memory loss ranges from temporarily forgetting a simple fact to not knowing your own name. A variety of different factors cause memory changes.

Parkinson’s Disease

A progressive disease of the nervous system marked by tremor, muscular rigidity, and slow, imprecise movement, chiefly affecting middle-aged and elderly people. It is associated with degeneration of the basal ganglia of the brain and a deficiency of the neurotransmitter dopamine.

Alzheimer’s Disease

An irreversible, progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory, thinking skills, and eventually the ability to carry out the simplest tasks.

Chronic Headache

Chronic headaches include a variety of headache subtypes. Chronic refers to how often the headaches occur and how long the condition lasts. The constant nature of chronic daily headaches makes them one of the most disabling headache conditions. Aggressive initial treatment and steady, long-term management might reduce pain and lead to fewer headaches.

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Security policy

Neurological Institute for Concussion and Headache



This Privacy Notice is being provided to you as a requirement of a federal law, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). This Privacy Notice describes how we may use and disclose your protected health information to carry out treatment, payment or health care operations and for other purposes that are permitted or required by law. It also describes your rights to access and control your protected health information in some cases. Your “protected health information” means any written and oral health information about you, including demographic data that can be used to identify you. This is health information that is created or received by your health care provider, and that relates to your past, present or future physical or mental health or condition.I. Uses and Disclosures of Protected Health Information

1. Uses and Disclosures of Protected Health Information The Organizations may use your protected health information for purposes of providing treatment, obtaining payment for treatment, and conducting health care operations. Your protected health information may be used or disclosed only for these purposes unless the facility has obtained your authorization, or the use or disclosure is otherwise permitted by the HIPAA privacy regulations or state law. Disclosures of your protected health information for the purposes described in this Privacy Notice may be made in writing, orally, or by facsimile.

II. Uses and Disclosures beyond Treatment, Payment and Health Care Operations Permitted without Authorization or Opportunity to Object

Federal privacy rules allow us to use or disclose your protected health information without your permission or authorization for several reasons including the following:

The facility may release your health information to comply with worker’s compensation laws or similar programs.


We may disclose your protected health information to your family member if it is directly relevant to the person’s involvement in your care or payment related to your care. We can also disclose your information in connection with trying to locate or notify family members or others involved in your care concerning your location, condition or death.

You may object to these disclosures. If you do not object to these disclosures, in the exercise of our professional judgment, that it is in your best interest for us to make disclosure of information that is directly relevant to that person’s involvement with your care, we may disclose your protected health information as described.


Other than stated above, we will not disclose your health information other than with your written authorization. You may revoke your authorization in writing at any time except to the extent that we have acted in reliance upon the authorization. We specifically require your written authorization for marketing or the sale of your protected health information. If our facility maintains psychotherapy notes, we will require your written authorization for the use or disclosure of psychotherapy notes other than by the creator of those notes, by the facility for its training programs or for the facility to defend itself in a legal action brought by you.

You have the following rights regarding your health information:



The facility is required by law to maintain the privacy or your health information and report to you any breach of unsecured protected health information. We are also required to provide you with this Privacy Notice of our duties and privacy practices. We are required to abide by terms of this Notice as may be amended from time to time. We reserve the right to change the terms of this Notice and to make the new Notice provisions effective for all future protected health information that we maintain. If the facility changes this Notice, we will post notification at each office location and provide a copy of the revised Notice on our website.


You have the right to express complaints to the facility and to the Secretary of Health and Human Services if you believe that your privacy rights have been violated. You may complain to the facility by contacting the Privacy Officer verbally or in writing, using the contact information below. We encourage you to express any concerns you may have regarding the privacy of your information. You will not be retaliated against in any way for filing a complaint.


The facility’s contact person for all issues regarding patient privacy and your rights under the federal privacy standards is the Privacy Officer. Information regarding matters covered by this Notice can be requested by contacting the Privacy Officer. If you feel that your privacy rights have been violated by this facility you may submit a complaint to:

Neurological Institute for Concussion and Headache

Attn: Privacy Officer

11650 Alpharetta Hwy, Suite 100,

Roswell, GA 30076

Phone: 404-596-5670


Anonymous HIPAA Hotline: 844-333-0850


If you are unable to get your issue resolved, you may file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights by sending a letter to 200 Independence Avenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20201, or by calling 1-877-696-6775.


Last Revised:9/19

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