UF Health Neurology is pleased to report that our practices will be increasing in-person visits while continuing, in some cases, to offer telehealth visits. It is important to know that we have implemented a number of measures to safeguard the health of our patients, visitors and caregivers. Please visit coronavirus.ufhealth.org for the latest updates and information about safety measures being taken at UF Health.
Please contact your provider to schedule an appointment and they will determine if a telehealth visit is right for you. View our telehealth section for assistance in how to prepare for and connect to a scheduled appointment. If you still need assistance, please contact our office at 352.265.6200 if you have any questions or need help scheduling an appointment.
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Neurodiagnostics consists of diagnostic testing of the nervous system. These tests may be ordered as part of a complete neurological ssessment and consultation, and must be interpreted by a neurologist.
Electroencephalography (EEG) is the study of the electrical activity of the brain. A brief (less than 1 hour) study is typically performed to evaluate seizures and syncope (passing out) as well as other changes in awareness that may be related to other conditions such as dementia. Longer studies can be done as an outpatient or inpatient, depending on the circumstances. Patients may also be admitted to the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit at UF Health Shands Hospital to localize and classify seizures. The UF Health Comprehensive Epilepsy Program has the oldest epilepsy surgery program in Florida and is a Level 4 Comprehensive Epilepsy Program as classified by the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.
EEG lab is also accredited by the American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked Potential Technologists.
Evoked Potential testing is a special subset of EEG, which evaluates brain waves provoked by a specific stimulus. Our lab performs Visual (VEP), Brainstem Auditory (BAEP), Upper Somatosensory (USSEP), and Lower Somatosensory (LSSEP) Evoked Potential Testing. These modalities are commonly used in the diagnosis of conditions such as multiple sclerosis, transverse myelitis, and diseases of the spinal cord.
Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Tests (EMG/ NCV) are performed to evaluate the nerves, muscles and neuromuscular junction (the peripheral nervous system) for conditions such as Guillain Barre syndrome, muscular dystrophy, myopathy, myasthenia gravis, and neuropathy.
Transcranial Doppler (TCD) studies use noninvasive Doppler ultrasound to evaluate blockages and spasm of the blood supply to the brain. This is helpful in the evaluation and treatment of stroke and aneurysm, and is performed on both inpatients and outpatients.
All TCD and inpatient tests are done here in the Neurodiagnostic Center. Outpatient EMG testing is conducted at UF Health Neurology - Medical Plaza. Ambulatory, Day, and Sleep tests are conducted at the UF Health Sleep Center in Magnolia Parke.
To obtain a copy of your medical records from UF Health Neurodiagnostic Center, please contact 352-265-0334.
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Insurance acceptance varies between physicians and locations and is subject to change. To confirm that a specific physician will accept your insurance, please contact the practice using the telephone numbers listed at the top of the page. A representative will be happy to assist you.
Financial AssistancePatients who lack insurance coverage or are unable to pay their portion of the healthcare services they receive may qualify for financial assistance based upon their income level.
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