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To this day, precise questioning and neurological examination are the main components of any accurate neurological diagnosis. To confirm the diagnosis, additional technical examinations are performed depending on the symptoms. The range of services offered in the practice includes all common neurological examination methods at the highest professional and technical level.


NLG (Neurography): 

Measurement of the function of nerve roots and nerves by sticking electrodes to the skin and applying mild pulses of electricity.

EMG (electromyography):

examination of muscle activity using a thin needle inserted into the muscle to detect disorders of the muscles or the nerves supplying them.


Duplex sonography of the vessels supplying the brain: 

Imaging of vessels in the neck and head with color-coded ultrasound to study blood flow.


High-resolution sonography of muscles and nerves: 

The latest method in neurology for visualizing nerves and muscles in motion


EEG (electroencephalography): 

Painless recording of brain waves to test brain function with electrodes attached to the outside of the head with a hood.


SEP (somatosensory evoked potentials): 

Measurement of sensory nerve pathways by stimuli emitted at the extremities, which are derived from electrodes attached to the head.


AEP (auditory evoked potentials): 

Examination of the auditory and vestibular pathways by acoustic stimuli emitted through headphones in the ear and recorded over the brain.


VEP (visual evoked potentials): 

Testing the visual pathway by looking at a checkerboard pattern and recording the stimulus responses via taped electrodes on the head.


Neuropsychological diagnostics: 

Standardized questions and tasks are used to determine mental performance.


CSF diagnostics: 

Outpatient sampling of cerebrospinal fluid in the area of the lower lumbar spine; important in particular for the detection of inflammatory, immunological or degenerative CNS diseases.


Laboratory diagnostics: 

Blood tests for diagnosis including serology and genetic diagnostics as well as therapy control.

In addition, imaging using computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the head or spine may be required to confirm the diagnosis. If desired, we will assist you in making timely appointments with radiology practices with an appropriate focus. The results of the imaging will be evaluated and classified in the context of the diagnosis.

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