Neurophysiology, Intraoperative Monitoring, Neurodiagnostic Studies, CNIM Prep


Neurophys Solutions is a recognized leader in Neurophysiology, IntraOperative Neuromonitoring, and Neurodiagnostics. Having previously focused on the Certificate in Neurophysiologic Monitoring domain and witnessing those efforts validated by our peers in the industry, we have decided to take things a step further. With over a decade of interoperative neuromonitoring experience our expertise is unparalleled.

  • Hospitals
  • Physicians
  • Patients

Why choose Neurophys Solutions?

Neurophys Solutions a trusted partner for the Certificate of Neurophysiological Intraoperative Monitoring education and intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring services in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia since 2010. Our aim is to continue to foster relationships with hospitals that have a shared set of values and motivations--- to promote a healthy lifestyle, provide excellent customer service, and foster an environment that encourages learning, measurable success, and patient advocacy.

Our team of clinicians, neurophysiologist, and technologists are highly trained and are CNIM or CNIM eligible with years of clinical experience; working hand- in-hand with our real time professional oversight team, made up of board certified neurologists. Together they work to protect the patient's central and peripheral nervous system during surgical procedures and alert the surgeon to critical changes so that corrective measures can be taken to avoid postoperative deficits. In addition, our team is compliant with HIPAA, JCAHO, hospital biohazard and safety regulations and guidelines.

Neurophys Solutions offers competitive pricing, convenient scheduling, as well as in-service training and education.

Frequently Monitored Procedures

Neurological Procedures

  • Aneurysms
  • Brain Tumors
  • Cervical Fusions
  • Lumbar Fusions
  • Peripheral Nerve Exploration
  • Spinal Deformities
  • Spinal Cord Tumors
  • Thoracic Fusions

Orthopedic Procedures

  • Cervical Fusions
  • Lumbar Fusions
  • Peripheral Nerve Exploration
  • Spinal Deformities
  • Thoracic Fusions

Vascular Procedures

  • Aortic Aneurysm
  • Carotid Endarterectomy

Otolaryngology Procedures

  • Acoustic Neuroma
  • Parotidectomy
  • Pituitary Adenomas

Common modalities monitored

  • SSEPs- Somatosensory Evoked Potentials (EPs)
  • EMGs- Electromyography
  • T-EMGs- Triggered Electromyography (Pedicle Screw Stimulation)
  • TceMEPs- Transcranial Motor Evoked Potentials
  • BAERs- Brain Auditory Evoked Responses (BAEPs)
  • EEGs- Electroencephalography
  • ECOG- Electrocardiogram
  • Brain & Spine Mapping
  • Direct Nerve Stimulation

We offer a multi-modality approach coupled with the latest protocols to provide the best possible practices by our clinical team.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why has my surgeon requested neuromonitoring (IONM)?

IntraOperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring (IONM) services has become synonymous with a medical standard of care. During any given procedure there is a level of risk. It is the goal of your surgeon and the hospital to try and minimize those risks.

Our IONM technologist will consider your preoperative findings and confer with your surgeon the day of your procedure to determine the best intraoperative treatment plan for your diagnosis. Once you are anesthetized, you will have subdermal needle electrodes placed in and around your extremities. These electrodes are then connected to specialized equipment and used to collect your unique data. This data is continuously monitored by an oversight physician and shared with your surgeon. IONM reduces the risk to the central and peripheral nervous system by alerting the surgeon and anesthesiologist to critical changes and enables them to take immediate corrective action that might have otherwise gone unnoticed.

Why am I receiving a bill from Neurophys Solutions?

Neuromonitoring is an adjunct service requested by your surgeon. Once your insurance provider receives a claim it goes through a process called adjudication. Based on the details attached to the claim, your insurance company determines whether it will pay the entire claim, pay a portion of the claim, or deny it altogether. The amount the insurance company pays is also dependent on what policy the patient holds, and what agreement is in place between itself and the medical practice. After this determination has been made, the medical practice will submit the balance to a secondary insurance provider, bill the patient, or resubmit the claim.

Why has my insurance company denied the claim?

We advise patients to reach out to their insurance provider and ask for a detailed report of benefits.

What if there is a discrepancy in the paperwork and/or services rendered?

If need be, the medical provider will amend discrepancies, resubmit insurance claim(s), and enter into an appeals process.

Research & Development

Neurophys Solutions is committed to giving back to the community. So much so that we have partnered with and support various initiatives revolving around neuromuscular disorders; helping to combat the stigma associated with diseases; supporting those individuals afflicted through financial and material donations; as well as fundraising efforts to one day find a cure.

In addition to our crowdfunding efforts we have partnered with some of the areas greatest minds, and notable institutions. Together we run clinical trials and create protocols to be followed by medical practitioners and the like.

Career Opportunities

Neurophys Solutions is always looking for focused, driven, adaptable individuals to join our team. If you feel like you would be the perfect candidate, please Email

Contact Us

Neurophys Solutions, LLC
11018 Wood Elves Way
Columbia, MD 21044


(667) 240-3043