Dr. Resnick’s area of specialty is in the field of Functional Neurology and Electrodiagnostics.

He maintains professional service relationships with doctors in the specialty areas of Clinical Neurology, Orthopedic Surgery, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Primary Care, Podiatry, Chiropractic, and Physical Therapy.


  • Nerve Conduction Velocity Studies (NCV)
  • Electromyography (EMG testing) 
  • Evoked Potentials (SEP, BAER, VER)
  • Digitized Functional Performance Testing (ROM/MMT)
  • Video Electronystagmography (VNG or ENG) & Posturography
  • Manipulation Under Anesthesia (MUA) 

Nerve Conduction Velocity Studies (NCV)

NCV provides a better understanding of the health of your patient’s nerves and provides you with important information regarding issues with nerves and muscles. NCV is used alongside electromyography (EMG) to differentiate a nerve disorder from a muscle disorder.

If you have patients dealing with any of the following conditions, be sure to reach out to Dr. Resnick for NCV testing today:

– Carpal tunnel syndrome
– Guillain-Barré syndrome
– Herniated disk disease
– Sciatic nerve problems
– Chronic inflammatory neuropathy and polyneuropathy

With the help of Dr. Resnick, this information can allow you to more effectively treat your patients!

Electromyography (EMG testing) 

Electromyography (EMG) is an electrodiagnostic test that studies nerve and muscle function. 
This test can be performed by Dr. Resnick to determine if the following diseases are present in your patients:
– Myasthenia gravis
– Muscular dystrophy
– Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
– Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
– Carpal tunnel syndrome
– Herniated disc
If you have been searching for an explanation for your patient’s muscle weakness, Dr. Resnick can help you provide efficient treatment by performing an EMG!

Evoked Potentials (SEP, BAER, VER)

Evoked potential tests are used to measure the length of time it takes for the brain to respond to sensory stimulation. Evoked potential tests can confirm a diagnosis or monitor your patient’s nervous system.
These tests are often used to help diagnose multiple sclerosis (MS) and other conditions that cause slow reactions. There are three types of evoked potential tests:
– Somatosensory Evoked Response (SEP) 
– Brainstem Auditory Evoked Response (BAER)
– Visual Evoked Response (VER)
Dr. Resnick offers diagnostic services to enable you to better understand your patient’s health and provide an efficient plan for treatment!

Digitized Functional Performance Testing (ROM/MMT)


The range of motion (ROM) test can be performed by Dr. Resnick to evaluate, tone, and pinpoint the location of injury or disease to the muscles or joints in your patients. 
ROM testing can also help us differentiate distal muscle weakness from proximal weakness. Finding the location of the weakness with regard to other neurologic deficits can help differentiate a brainstem lesion, from a spinal cord lesion, from a cortical lesion, from peripheral neuropathy or radiculopathy, and from a muscular disease. 


Manual muscle testing (MMT) is an assessment of muscle strength that can provide information about neurologic deficits in your patients. This test evaluates weakness and can differentiate weakness from poor endurance or imbalance. 
If you have patients that match the following descriptions, Dr. Resnick can perform MMT to provide you with a complete understanding of their injury or disorder:
– Patients with neurologic problems like ALS, neuropathy, stroke, brain injury, and spinal cord injury. 
– Patients rehabbing from sports injuries. 
– Older adults with gait and balance problems. 
– People at risk of falls. 
– Patients with fractures and joint replacements. 
Contact Dr. Resnick to learn more and discover how he can help your patients today!

Video Electronystagmography (VNG or ENG) & Posturography

 Dr. Resnick can perform a VNG to help you discover and diagnose disorders of the vestibular system. During a VNG test, the patient wears special goggles that record eye movements. If the test reveals abnormal results, this may indicate that the patient has an inner ear disorder.
Electronystagmography (ENG) measures the same eye movements as VNG, but instead of using a camera, the movements are measured with electrodes placed on the skin surrounding the eyes. 
Posturography is another way to assess and quantify postural control. Posturography is effective in assessing both neuromuscular and vestibular disorders that affect balance.
Dr. Resnick can safely perform these screenings to help you achieve a better understanding of your patient’s balance or posture. 

Manipulation Under Anesthesia (MUA) 

Manipulation under anesthesia (MUA) is a procedure that Dr. Resnick can perform to treat unmanageable chronic pain in your patients. MUA works by breaking up excessive scar tissue that can build up after orthopedic surgery. 
This technique allows for the patient’s body to be manipulated therapeutically in a way that would be painful if they were not under anesthesia.
  • Blink Reflex/ Repetitive Nerve Stimulation
  • Small Nerve Fiber/Autonomic Screenings
  • Routine Electroencephalography (EEG) 
  • Evaluation & Management of Dizziness & Balance Disorders
  • Diagnostic Vascular Services
  • Intraoperative Monitoring (IOM)

Blink Reflex/ Repetitive Nerve Stimulation

Blink reflex provides essential information about the function of the cranial nerves and the pathways in the brainstems. Dr. Resnick would usually perform this test when your patients are experiencing pain, numbness, weakness, or altered sensation in the face. 
Repetitive nerve stimulation is another variation of the NCV test where electrical stimulation is transported to a motor nerve repeatedly. When we observe the change in the electrical muscle response, we can determine if a neuromuscular junction disease is present.
A repetitive nerve stimulation test can be an accurate diagnostic tool for patients with myasthenia gravis, ALS, and muscular dystrophy.
Dr. Resnick provides advanced diagnostic testing and examination services to assist healthcare professionals in providing their patients with quality care and a comfortable experience.

Small Nerve Fiber/Autonomic Screenings

Small fiber neuropathy is a condition that causes sensory symptoms in the lower extremities that can progress up the rest of the body. Various techniques can be used to diagnose this condition, including reflex testing, nerve conduction test, electromyography, and skin biopsy.
These diagnostic tests can provide you with pertinent information to help you determine the best treatment plan for your patient!
Autonomic nervous system screenings involve a battery of tests that aim to evaluate the function and integrity of your patient’s autonomic nervous system (ANS). These screenings generally consist of cardiovagal function, vasomotor adrenergic function, and sudomotor function.
Autonomic nervous system screening can be used to investigate and evaluate the following conditions in your patients:
– Fibromyalgia
– Chronic fatigue syndrome
– Diabetic neuropathy
– Hypertension
– Cardiac dysrhythmia 
– Anxiety and other psychological disorders
– Harlequin syndrome
– Central neurodegenerative disorders. 
– Peripheral neuropathy
– Hyperhidrosis
Dr. Resnick offers small nerve fiber/autonomic screenings and will travel to your office to administer them for your patient’s convenience!

Routine Electroencephalography (EEG) 

An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test that Dr. Resnick can perform to measure and evaluate the electrical activity in your patient’s brain. An EEG can be used to detect issues with brain cell communication through the use of electrical stimulation.
The results from this test can help us find unusual patterns, allowing you to develop the appropriate treatment plan. EEG can help monitor and diagnose the following conditions:
– Epilepsy
– Dementia
– Brain tumor
– Sleep disorders
– Strokes
– Head injuries
With the help of Dr. Resnick, an EEG can safely and efficiently diagnose your patients and allow you to implement a personalized treatment program!

Evaluation & Management of Dizziness & Balance Disorders

It can be difficult for your patients to find the distinction between these symptoms, but they may be able to identify what triggers them. Dizziness and balance disorders often stem from problems with the vestibular system.
Dr. Resnick understands that symptoms of these disorders can be uncomfortable for your patients to deal with. That is why he will work with you and your patients to help provide comprehensive evaluation and management of dizziness and balance disorders!

Diagnostic Vascular Services

Diagnostic vascular procedures allow us to detect narrowing of the veins and arteries and provide critical information regarding the evaluation of several vascular diseases. Detecting abnormalities is fundamental when it comes to treating cardiovascular diseases in your patients.
Dr. Resnick can provide various diagnostic vascular services in a mobile setting. He is committed to providing a high level of care so you can pinpoint any vascular diseases that may be affecting your patients!

Intraoperative Monitoring (IOM)

Intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring is a technique used during surgical procedures that allows Dr. Resnick to monitor the health of your patient’s nervous system in real-time during surgery.
IOM can reduce the risk of nerve damage during surgery. Depending on the procedure, various tests can measure the nervous system function. If a neurological error occurs, the instant feedback from the IOM allows the surgeon to respond to minimize long-term damage.
Dr. Resnick wants to provide you and your patients with an additional layer of safety during surgery and help you achieve positive surgical outcomes. To learn more, please contact him today!

Dr. Resnick specializes in advanced neurological testing and administers mobile diagnostic services for doctors at their locations.

By providing these diagnostic services, he is able to assist healthcare professionals in discovering the best and most accurate diagnoses and treatment recommendations.

To learn more about how Dr. Resnick can boost the value of your practice and support you as you care for your patients, be sure to contact him today!