Neuromonitoring in The Woodlands
When it comes to intraoperative neuromonitoring, or IONM, the professionals at AXIS Neuromonitoring in The Woodlands are committed to one top priority: you. Whether you are a patient who needs monitoring during brain surgery, or a physician who wants to put neuromonitoring technology to work in the O.R., AXIS Neuromonitoring is here for you.
Contact us today to speak with a neuromonitoring professional about how IONM can benefit you.
What is Neuromonitoring?
AXIS Neuromonitoring of The Woodlands provides intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring, also called “IONM” -- to patients, hospitals and doctors. Skilled, on-site technologists from AXIS use the best technology and equipment available to monitor the neurological responses of our patient and to transmit the data in 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. For a surgeon who may be repairing a nerve or needing to avoid one, it’s critical to have real-time information like this during surgery.
Click here to learn more about neuromonitoring.
Neuromonitoring in Surgery
In The Woodlands, AXIS Neuromonitoring uses state-of-the-art monitoring equipment and software to monitor patients during surgeries of the brain and spinal cord. Our clients deserve the best, so 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 in The Woodlands count on AXIS for their neuromonitoring needs.
AXIS Neuromonitoring of The Woodlands
AXIS Neuromonitoring of The Woodlands is dedicated to combining the best equipment with the best staff, the best training and the best education – all for the benefit of our patients and doctors.
Contact us today to speak to a neuromonitoring professional.
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’.