Neuromonitoring in Fort Worth
When it comes to your neuromonitoring needs, AXIS makes you our top priority. Whether you are a patient who needs monitoring of the brain during surgery, or a physician who wants to use neuromonitoring in the operating room, AXIS Neuromonitoring of Fort Worth is here for you in Cowtown and other parts of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
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Neuromonitoring for Your Surgery
Our goal is to improve safety and patient outcomes during surgeries involving the brain or spinal cord. To accomplish that, AXIS Neuromonitoring of Fort Worth provides intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) services to patients, doctors and hospitals. Our skilled on-site technologist uses the best technology and equipment available to monitor the neurological responses of our patient and to transmit the data real time via online connection to our physician. This information allows our staff to instantly communicate with the surgeon to let him or her know of any issues with our patient's neuro pathways or nerve systems – critical intelligence for a surgeon who may be repairing a nerve or needing to avoid one.
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Neuromonitoring in the Operating Room
You only want the best in your O.R., where AXIS Neuromonitoring uses state-of-the-art monitoring equipment and software. Our clients deserve nothing less. We pair technology with educated, committed technologists who are highly trained and who are passionate about providing real-time neuromonitoring information to surgical teams.
Find out why hospitals and surgeons count on AXIS for their neuromonitoring needs in the O.R.
AXIS Neuromonitoring of Fort Worth
Contact us today to speak to a neuromonitoring professional about how we can help you.
When you combine the best equipment with the best staff, the best training and the best education, you have AXIS Neuromonitoring of Fort Worth.
We require 100 hours each year of continuing education for our clinical team.
As the credentialing coordinator, there are many times when the department is called upon to ensure a tech and reader are admitted to a hospital in order to assist a surgeon with a last-minute surgical case. By providing required documents in a timely manner, the patient benefits in the end by receiving the best possible care. This follows the Axis Mission Statement of ‘Patient First’.