Diagnostic Services offered to the Clinician

AdvaMed™ Technologies a division of Advanced Screening has been servicing the physician and Clinic community since 2009.

Our Mission:

“We offer value to our Clinicians by finding and integrating technologies that help to better diagnose and that creates better outcomes for the patient all while keeping in mind the business side of medicine.”

— Jeff R. Ruff, Director Advanced Screening, Clinical Sales Director AdvaMed™ Technologies

Diagnostic Technologies

NysStar VNG

Fall Prevention Programs are Essential
Preventing falls and preserving your patients’ independence with proper fall prevention programs evaluations and treatment is imperative to your patients’ well being. We have an effective treatment program to diagnose and treat symptoms of dizziness, stumbling, vertigo and disequilibrium- all in the comfort of your office!

Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion
VNG is now be advocated by several professional sports organizations for the proper diagnosis and treatment for Traumatic Brain Injury and Concussion. The accurate monitoring of eye movement through different postural and image changes is a key component in properly diagnosing these types of conditions and monitoring the therapeutic process – click here for more information.

VNG (Videonystagmography)

A clinical device for the diagnosis of balance disorders with qualifying CPT codes for reimbursement NysStar™ VNG Systems objectively identifies and assesses VESTIBULAR problems including:

  • Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
  • Central Nervous System Injuries
  • Other Peripheral Vestibular Disfunctions

Contact us for your private Demonstration of this technology.

More Resources on VNG Technology and Balance Testing:

Autonomic Nervous System Test (ANS)

What Is ANS

ANS is a medical device that tests your patient’s Autonomic Nervous System.

The Autonomic Nervous system as you know is responsible for controlling many involuntary functions such as breathing, heart rate, blood pressure, digestive processes, bowel movement, urination and and controls many sensory nerves in the peripheral post ganglia of the extremities. ANS dysfunction or failure could affect any system of the body- from gastrointestinal to cardiovascular disorders. ANS Testing can be used in the clinicians office to provide testing for the better differential diagnosis of many of the following symptoms:

  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Shortness of Breath
  • Racing Heartbeat
  • Excessive or not enough perspiration
  • Constipation
  • Diarrhea
  • Erectile Dysfunction or Vaginal Dryness
  • Exercise Intolerance
  • Fainting
  • Tingling in toes or fingers
  • Pain
  • Heat Intolerance
  • Weight loss without trying
  • Trouble swallowing
  • Nausea after eating
  • Swollen abdomen
  • Vomiting
  • Urination issues

About The Exam

The ANS exam is a simple test performed in Your Office or medical clinic. It is a mobile non-invasive twenty-five minute test that is not painful and has no side effects.

Sensors will be placed on the patient’s finger, arm, and feet to detect heart rate, blood pressure, and other important vital signs in real time. The test is performed while the patient is in a relaxed state. They will then be asked to stand during part of the exam, and also be asked to perform some basic breathing exercises including a deep breath and hold for 15 seconds as well as a Valsalva maneuver.

The results of the test will provide you the clinician with vital information about the early detection of possible disease states and or complications of medication that could possibly be reversed. The test uses standard of care technology in an new and exciting way with very accurate analysis of heart rate variability, changes in pulse and blood pressure as a result of postural changes and real life situations.

The Exam is based on many years of clinical research, is cleared for use by the FDA and is recommended by various Medical Associations around the world including the American Diabetes Association.

There are four different CPT codes for use in reimbursement and is an accepted technology by Medicare and most insurance providers.