We are a state-of-the-art, non-invasive (no needles) nerve conduction velocity (NCV) testing company. For simply providing an available exam room for 6-8 patients and then reviewing the test results with them in a follow up visit, you can earn up to $2,500 - up to $30,000 a year!
There is no cost to youand no additional staff or office resources are needed from your office and there is little to no cost to your patients (we try our best to absorb their deductable).
We pay you $1,000 under a “fair market” lease for the use of an exam room for one day
You provide us with a list of 8-10 (5-6 minimum) patients that exhibit any of the symptoms listed below and have commercial insurance (no Medicare/Medicaid)
We handle the pre-authorization of insurance benefits
We handle scheduling the patients on the day you select and confirm the appointments
Our trained technologist will perform the testing on your patients. Four patients require a half day and eight patients require a full day
Within 48-72 hours, you will receive the reports from a board certified neurologist. You can then schedule your patients for a follow-up visit to review the results and Plan of Care
Depending on the number of patients we are able to test that day, your office can expect to bill up to $1,500 for the follow-up visit and treatment plan
What Is A Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) Test?
The NCV test measures the speed of nerve conduction of the motor and sensory portions of the peripheral nervous system. The test shows how well the body’s electrical signals are traveling through the nerves; this occurs by sending small electrical impulses through the nerves of the legs and/or arms and recording the speed at which the impulses travel. Because of the impulses, the muscles of the extremities may jump or twitch and cause a quick tingling sensation.
The human body features millions of neurons that report sensations from the skin and organs, in addition to 12 pairs of cranial nerves and another 31 pairs of spinal nerves. When one or more of these nerves are damaged or compressed, serious pain and other symptoms can set in. However, there are numerous other illnesses that cause the same symptoms as nerve damage. It is crucial to rule out other problems before investing in treatments for nerve damage if another cause lies behind your inflammation or chronic pain. Nerve testing is a quick and easy way to learn about the health of your muscles and nerves.
This diagnostic testing is suitable for patients exhibiting the following symptoms:
peripheral neuropathies numbness and tingling atrophy
pain in extremities tarsal tunnel syndrome diabetes
motor sensory deficits radiating pain foot pain
loss of muscle power radiculopathiess fibrous scars
carpal tunnel syndrome myelopathy neuritis
trauma to nerves lumbar pain back pain
nerve root inflammation wrist pain/drop sensory loss