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Evoked potential and sense threshold examinations


Evoked potential examinations measure the functionality of the sensory tracts and the neural pathways in the peripheral and central nervous systems by measuring electrical responses to various external sensory stimuli.

Sensory threshold examinations are used to study the sensory system from the skin to the cerebral cortex. A stimulus is applied to the skin and the patient reports their sensation either by stating it aloud or by pressing a button.

Evoked potential examinations

Sensory testing

Treatment facilities

Clinical Neurophysiology

We examine the electrical activity of the brain, sensory systems, nerves and muscles, as well as sleep and alertness. We monitor the nervous system and…