EEG & Video Ambulatory EEG

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An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test that detects electrical activity in your brain using small, metal discs (electrodes) attached to your scalp. 

An EEG is one of the main diagnostic tests for epilepsy. An EEG can also play a role in diagnosing other brain disorders.


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Neurology is the branch of medicine concerned with the study and treatment of disorders of the nervous system. The nervous system is a complex, sophisticated system that regulates and coordinates body activities


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Electromyography (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) is a diagnostic procedure to assess the health of muscles and the nerve cells that control them (motor neurons). EMG results can reveal nerve dysfunction, muscle dysfunction or problems with nerve-to-muscle signal transmission.

Clinical Orders for Providers


Under the direction of Selkirk Neurologists, Jason Aldred MD, our dedicated team of clinic staff and experienced technologists welcome the opportunity to serve you and your patients in all EMG/NCS and EEG Neurodiagnostic testing needs. We provide professional expertise in a unique private clinic setting conveniently located near the Medical District and Downtown Spokane. We stand out as a regional leader in quality care, diagnostic assistance and comprehensive neurological follow-up.

Selkirk Neurology schedules daily testing for EMG/NCS and Routine/Video Ambulatory EEG with expedited scheduling available. Appointments are also available for Evoke Potential studies with order and diagnosis. Our technologists and neurologists work closely with patients and Providers to ensure a respectful culture of communication and informed care with quick turn around times for testing and results.

Please use the provided form (pdf) as a Cover Sheet/Fax Guide as you place testing orders and forward patient information to our clinic. The inclusion of patient insurance carrier and policy information will assist our staff to expedite patient scheduling. 

Neurodiagnostic Testing Selkirk Neurology
509-473-0885 Extension 108
509-795-0895 Fax

Routine EEG & Video Ambulatory EEG

Routine EEG   (Electroencephalogram)

Your doctor may request a routine EEG to better understand episodes of confusion, inattention, or seizure disorders. 

At Selkirk Neurology, our trained technologists will review your medical history and meet with you to explain the test and answer questions you may have. They administer your EEG testing in clinic, which includes attaching painless electrodes to the scalp to measure your brain’s response to specific stimuli.

Your neurologist will use the results from this procedure to aid in the diagnosis of your medical condition.

Video Ambulatory EEG

If your doctor needs more information about causes of seizures, confusion or inattention, they may order a video ambulatory EEG.

For this procedure, our technologist will attach the electrodes to your scalp and cover them with a protective wrapping. You will be sent home with a small back-pack size recorder to capture your brain’s electrical activity over a 2-3 day period and a video camera to capture any active episodes.

 Your neurologist will use the results from this testing, along with the video to aid in the diagnosis of your medical condition.

At Selkirk Neurology, our skilled technologists are available to answer any questions you may have regarding this test. 

For more information contact us our office at 509-473-0885 or email us at with EEG in the subject line.

Electromyography / Nerve Conduction Study

Routine EMG  (Electromyography)

Your doctor may order EMG and nerve testing to secure further evidence for the diagnosis of carpal tunnel syndrome, pinched nerves, peripheral neuropathy, and other nerve disorders.

At Selkirk Neurology, you will be scheduled for this test and cared for in the clinic by our qualified staff of technologists and a neurology provider.

This is a two-part test.

The first part of the test involves our technologist using small electrical charges to stimulate your nerve and measure its’ health. Your assigned neurologist will then insert a small needle just underneath the skin to “listen” to nerve and muscle communication.

​Test results are provided directly to the referring provider. They will follow up with you and address any questions regarding your test and future care.

​Please dress accordingly for access to your arms and legs as testing requires. Gowns are available.

​For more information about this test or your upcoming appointment contact us at 509-473-0885 or email