OUR MEDICAL SPECIALISTS CARE ABOUT YOU & YOUR FAMILY’S HEALTH
Evox system is the Health care leader in memory loss. Physicians use the Evox system to assess brain health and aid in the diagnosis of memory loss and other cognitive disorders.
Because memory loss is subjective with each patient, this is an assessment tool to help the physician with a treatment plan.
Evox system aids the doctors in diagnosing cognitive disorders. And enables the physician to objectively measure and optimally manage the growing population of patients with memory loss, cognitive impairment and other stress-related conditions.
- Alzheimer’s and pre-dementia
- Cognitive disorders such as anxiety, depression
- Memory care facility
The medical device to obtain an in-office assessment for primary and specialty care physicians as well as assisted living facilities.etc
These systems can be bought for your individual practice. I can demo or send out info
Mapping your brain: How it works
No two brains are alike. So, when it comes to obtaining and maintaining a healthy mind and body, it is important for your doctor to understand your unique brain function. The eVox Brain Map helps your doctor look beyond your symptoms to see the brain activity that may be at the root of the cause.
Getting the eVox Brain Map is simple, painless, and only takes about 40 minutes in your doctor’s office – no specialist referral needed! During the assessment, you will wear an EEG cap, similar to a swim cap. You then complete a series of simple exercises while your brain activity is recorded. The resulting Brain Map reveals brain and heart measurements that help your doctor understand what is causing your symptoms.
TO HELP YOU MAKE MORE INFORMED HEALTH CARE DECISIONS
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