As a patient, discovering that the pain that you’ve been experiencing in your back is treatable can be miraculous.  Whether you’ve been struggling with scoliosis, spinal cord compression, tumors, nerve damage, or even thyroid issues, knowing that there is a treatment that can give you significant relief can be a game changer.  It can also be frightening, because any time that surgery involves the spinal cord, there is a risk of more neurological damage.  With Neuro Monitoring in San Antonio though, those risk factors are significantly decreased, leading to more successes in surgery.

Intraoperative Neuro Monitoring

Neuro Monitoring with IONM (Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring) from EPIOM increases success in surgery because it allows the surgical team to be in constant communication and up to date with real-time analysis of neuro structures and signals so that any signal changes can be detected before there is damage.  This allows the surgeon to operate safely so that they can avoid neural tissue injury.  The professionals at EPIOM are board certified or board eligible and it is always their highest priority to take every precaution available in order to ensure the most successful outcome for the patients under their care, dramatically reducing the risk of any surgical complications.

At EPIOM, we always bring the most state-of-the-art equipment to the operating rooms that we work in.  Our teams work alongside the surgical crew and anesthesiologists, to provide the highest chance of success in surgery.  Neuro monitoring in San Antonio by EPIOM allows for the most successful patient outcomes.  During procedures our team constantly monitors information that our neuro monitoring tests provide, allowing us to alert the surgeon, doctors, and nurses if there are any potential problems or changes.  We proudly provide the best equipment, staff, and care when it comes to neuro monitoring in San Antonio, contact us at our website today if you have questions or would like more information.

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