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There are many things we find important to the world of healthcare and neuromonitoring. Here we post helpful information for our patients, hospitals, and surgeons.

Neuro-monitoring and mapping of the motor cortex

March 03, 2021

Dr. Faisal Jahangiri, vice president of clinical affairs at Axis Neuromonitoring, and his four students: Aksharkumar Dobariya, Aaron Kruse, Olga Kalyta, and John D. Moorman School of Brain and Behavioral Sciences, Applied Cognition and Neuroscience program at The University of Texas at Dallas. Recently published a paper about neuro-monitoring and mapping of the motor cortex.

Neuromonitoring during trigeminal schwannoma surgery.

March 01, 2021

Dr. Faisal Jahangiri and his student, Rabehah Asdi, recently published a paper about neuro-monitoring and mapping of the cranial nerves III, IV, and VI during Trigeminal Schwannoma Surgery.

Research of the Week, School of Brain and Behavioral Sciences, Applied Cognition and Neuroscience program at The University of Texas at Dallas.

Congratulations to Dr. Faisal R. Jahangiri with Axis for recently completing another fellowship.

By Admin on February 12, 2021

Mini-Fellowship in Movement Disorders

Online Movement Disorders Course: Training the Neurologists of Tomorrow


This is a program intended to enhance Movement Disorders (MD) training for...


Congratulations to our own Dr. Faisal R. Jahangiri. Board Names 2019 Class of Fellows

By Admin on February 08, 2021

Dr. Faisal Jahangiri, M.D., D.ABNM, FASNM, CNIM is Vice President of Clinical Affairs for Axis Neuromonitoring, LLC, Richardson, TX.

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

December 07, 2020

Our connection to the world around us exists in a delicate bundle of nerves sheathed by a protective column of bone. The canal that guards this communication superhighway channel it down the length of the back, feeding and receiving information to and from every corner of our bodies. What happens when this continuum of densely packed nerves is disrupted, when the channel that houses our spinal cord and is designed to protect it, is the same thing that obstructs it?

Intraoperative Neuromonitoring and posterior spinal fusion

December 07, 2020

Motor vehicle accidents can be traumatizing life-altering events that leave your body in shambles. In 2018 alone, there were over 33,000 fatal motor vehicle crashes in the US. Pair this level of devastation with pre-existing conditions and it spells a recipe for disaster. For those with an existing physical ailment such as back problems, the consequences of such an incident can be catastrophic. 

Neuromonitoring and Lumbar tumor resection with stabilization using pedicle screws

December 07, 2020

Benign or malignant, the word tumor elicits fear in even the most tenacious of hearts. Due to its association with cancer, tumors are notoriously known for the specific danger they can entail for anyone unlucky enough to come into their sights. Even benign tumors, while not cancerous, can have life-threatening complications. A tumor on the spinal cord, for example, can lead to serious pain, spinal instability, and even vertebral fractures. They affect neurological function by pushing on the spinal cord or nerve root and can result in permanent disabilities. Spinal tumors can change their lives forever.

Electromyogram (EMG) Monitoring During Lumbar Laminectomy and Decompression Surgery

October 30, 2020

Case Report

Patient History:
The patient was a 46-year-old female with a history of lower back pain and left leg weakness
admitted with a lumbar herniated disc at the L4-L5 level.

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) for Sciatica

October 05, 2020

"Intraoperative neuromonitoring reduces the risk of neurological injuries to a patient during surgery, which may not be evident until after the operation is complete," said Jahangiri.

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) for Geriatric Patients

October 05, 2020

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) provides surgical teams with the necessary resources to provide a patient care level that otherwise would not be possible. IONM uses sensors placed on the patient's body to monitor the body's neural network's functional integrity. Information provided using this technique allows the surgeon to provide a safer and more controlled surgery, which is crucial to maintaining their quality of life post-surgery in the case of geriatric surgeries.

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