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NERVE MAPPING

An innovative and comprehensive approach to understanding and diagnosing nerve-related symptoms.

Nerve Mapping Project Overview

 

Purpose:

To create a detailed nerve map that helps patients and doctors pinpoint the exact nature and location of nerve symptoms, correlate them with potential brain or spine issues, and assess physiological responses.

 

Process:

  1. Symptom Mapping:

    • Patients will use a human nerve map to indicate where they feel symptoms.

    • They will specify the type of sensation (crawling, burning, stinging, aching, etc.).

  2. Correlation with Brain/Spine:

    • Doctors will correlate the mapped symptoms with potential problem areas in the brain or spine.

  3. Diagnostic Imaging:

    • MRI, Transcranial Doppler (TCD), and Carotid ultrasounds will be performed to check for plaques.

  4. Physiological Testing:

    • Ultrasounds will also be used to observe blood flow waveforms and patterns.

    • The goal is to see if blood flow resistance increases with certain symptoms, providing insight into the physiological responses.

 

Objectives:

  • Enhanced Diagnosis: Improve the accuracy of diagnosing nerve-related conditions by combining patient-reported symptoms with advanced imaging techniques.

  • Treatment Planning: Develop targeted treatment plans based on precise symptom location and correlated physiological data.

  • Research and Education: Expand understanding of how nerve symptoms relate to brain and spinal cord conditions, and educate both patients and healthcare providers.

This approach aims to provide a holistic view of nerve symptoms and their underlying causes, leading to better patient outcomes and more effective treatments.

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