Hospitals and Physicians
Our services are powered by the the highest-skilled neurodiagnostic team in the industry. We quickly master and adopt new methods and tools for best practices in patient care. Yet our value runs deeper because our goal is to become a seamlessly-integrated part of your OR and patient care teams providing service above and beyond our superior technical expertise.
Our Unique Value Proposition
- Reliability & Trust: We show up on time and we do NOT miss your cases.
- Seamless Integration: Our staff is your staff. We integrate into your processes and your software applications (EMR), with your team. We are unified with you in patient care.
- Tailored Solutions: Your needs are YOUR needs. We create individualized service offerings based on your desired solution.
- Improved Patient Care: From rigorous Quality Assurance reviews to robust SOPs; from world-class neurologists & technologists to cutting-edge equipment, our systems are developed so your patients receive unparalleled care.
AMS offers comprehensive intraoperative neuromonitoring modalities across many surgery types including orthopedics, brain and spine, vascular, and ENT. All AMS monitored surgeries are monitored by a board-certified neurophysiologist and overseen by a credentialed neurologist.
Frequently Monitored Surgeries
Spinal Cord Tumor Resection
Extreme Lateral Interbody Fusion
Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion
Oblique Lumbar Interbody Fusion
Posterior Cervical Decompression and Fusion
Posterior Lumbar Decompression and Fusion
Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion
Posterior Spinal Fusion
Removal/Revision of Hardware
Spinal Cord Stimulator Placement
Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion
Direct Lateral Interbody Fusion
Anterior Cervical Fusion/Decompression
Common Intraoperative Neuromonitoring Modalities
- Somatosensory Evoked Potentials
- Trans-Cranial Motor Evoked Potentials
- Free Run Electromyography
- Triggered Electromyography
- Direct Nerve Stimulation
- Sensorimotor Cortex Localization
AMS offers a wide range of EEG services including routine, ambulatory (AEEG), and continuous (cEEG) or long-term monitoring (LTM). We tailor our services to the needs of the facilities and physicians with whom we partner. We deliver a seamless experience to your patients by partnering with your team to develop a tailored neurodiagnostic program specific to your needs and goals. From scheduling, to equipment, to staffing, to data evaluation and interpretation, we have a solution that will meet your needs.
A Routine EEG will be performed in a hospital, a patient home, or in a physician’s office, and typically takes 30-60 minutes. An EEG is one of the primary diagnostic tests for epilepsy and other seizure disorders, as well as a host of other brain disorders such as brain tumor, stroke, or head injury. A Routine EEG is typically the first neurodiagnostic step in providing a physician with the data necessary for your diagnosis and treatment.
In Home EEG (AEEG)
An In Home EEG (AEEG) is a safe, painless test performed from the comfort of a patient’s home. Like a Routine EEG, the electrical activity of the brain is recorded to provide a physician with the data for diagnosis and treatment. The difference is that an AEEG is performed from the comfort of a patient’s home, usually over the course of 3-5 days, so that enough data is collected from the brain to make an accurate diagnosis and to develop a treatment plan individualized for each patient. AMS monitors AEEG in real-time to ensure the physician is kept up to date on the patient’s condition during the AEEG study, which ensures the best care. An AEEG is typically ordered when a physician needs more data from a patient’s brain than what was recorded from the Routine EEG, and aids in a more accurate diagnosis and specialized treatment plan.
Continuous EEG (cEEG) or Long-Term Monitoring (LTM) is the capability of recording an EEG over longer periods of time (hours to days to weeks). cEEG recording is often used in the intensive care unit (ICU), neuro ICU, other inpatient areas of a hospital, or in the home as in AEEG. AMS EEG staff monitors cEEG or LTM in real-time to ensure patients receive the best care and physicians are kept up to date on patient conditions during the cEEG study.
An Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU), otherwise known as a Seizure Monitoring Unit (SMU), is a unit in the hospital specially designed to evaluate, diagnose, and treat seizure disorders in patients of all ages. Often, seizure medications will be safely reduced in order to allow the recording of a seizure. Video EEG technology is used to evaluate and diagnose seizures by gathering data before a seizure starts, during a seizure, and in the recovery phase. This comprehensive data collection allows physicians to develop the best treatment for patients, including medication, stimulation techniques, diet therapy, or surgical intervention.
Rapid Answers, Rapid Treatment
Introducing unaccustomed levels of service for you, your staff and most importantly your patients. Combined with the highest quality data and reporting, patient care just got better.
Our goal is to help you deliver answers and treatment to your patient as quickly and comfortably as possible. Our ambulatory video electroencephalography is done in the comfort of the patient’s home within days of receiving your orders.
Swift - Patient scheduling within 2 days to 1 week of request. Simple - Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 877-295-2554 for an appointment. All patients and insurance types are accepted.