Mid Atlantic Neurology and Sleep Medicine in Jacksonville, NC, provides a variety of neurological services. Our team of qualified medical professionals works hard to evaluate your symptoms and run tests to determine a proper diagnosis.
Once a diagnosis has been determined, we collaborate with you, your family, and other health care providers to establish a suitable treatment process.
Our professional services include:
24/48/72 hour EEG/video/ambulatory
Nerve conduction studies/EMG
All sleep related studies and EEG procedures will be done at our sleep lab, Regional Health Diagnostics, with locations in Wilmington, New Bern, and Jacksonville.
We treat the following pediatric and adult neurology conditions:
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Excessive daytime sleepiness
Our goal and vision are to contribute to the health and wellness of our immediate environment and also extend our reach far and beyond. We achieve this through our fully-equipped, state-of-the-art neurological center as well as our league of seasoned and experienced medical professionals who are readily available to attend all your medical conditions.
Our experienced and dedicated staff provides exceptional, compassionate, and caring neurological services. Our medical professionals are on hand to help diagnose and treat your medical condition faster in our state-of-the-art facility.
Electromyogram (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Studies
An electromyogram (EMG) measures the electrical activity of muscles at rest and during contraction. Nerve conduction studies measure how well and how fast the nerves can send electrical signals. Nerves control the muscles in the body with electrical signals called impulses. These impulses make the muscles react in specific ways. Nerve and muscle problems cause the muscles to react in abnormal ways. If you have leg pain or numbness, you may have these tests to find out how much your nerves are being affected. These tests check how well your spinal nerves and the nerves in your arms and legs are working.
Sleep Studies Sleep studies are tests that record what happens to your body during sleep. The studies are done to find out what is causing your sleep problems. Sleep studies can also determine whether you have a problem with your stages of sleep. The two main types of sleep are non–rapid eye movement (NREM) and rapid eye movement (REM). Normally, NREM and REM alternate 4 to 5 times during a night's sleep. A change in this cycle may make it hard for you to sleep soundly. Common sleep studies
The most common sleep studies are: Polysomnogram. This test records several body functions during sleep, including brain activity, eye movement, oxygen and carbon dioxide blood levels, heart rate and rhythm, breathing rate and rhythm, the flow of air through your mouth and nose, snoring, body muscle movements, and chest and belly movement.
Multiple sleep latency test (MSLT). This test measures how long it takes you to fall asleep. It also determines whether you enter REM sleep. Maintenance of wakefulness test (MWT). This test measures whether you can stay awake during a time when you are normally awake. sleep disorders