Neurodiagnostics

Our Neurodiagnostic department offers diagnostic and therapeutic services to people of all ages with disorders of the nervous system as well as other conditions. Board-certified neurologists interpret diagnostic studies as well as perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures utilizing state-of-the-art computerized equipment. The use of portable equipment allows testing in any patient-care area of the hospital.

Our therapeutic procedures include chemodenervation using Botox for: extremities and/or trunk muscle conditions, including dystonia, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and facial nerve and cervical spinal conditions.

We also offer services in 5 clinical areas:

  • Ocular
  • Electroencephalograms – lab and ambulatory
  • Electromyograms and Nerve Conduction testing
  • Chemodenervation using Botox
  • Evoked Potentials
  • Neuro-vascular, Carotid Ultrasound and Transcranial Doppler

Pruyn Pavilion at
Glens Falls Hospital
3rd Floor
100 Park Street
Glens Falls, NY 12801

To schedule an appointment
please call 518-926-5333.

Where to Park

  • Park in Pruyn Lot
  • Enter through Pruyn Pavilion Entrance

Full Parking Map

Physicians & Providers

Jonathan Braiman, MD

Jonathan Braiman, MD

Dr. Braiman received his Bachelor of Science from Tufts University. He then obtained his Medical Degree from Tufts University School of Medicine. He trained at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and Uniformed Services Health Sciences University, and served our country in the United States Armed Services from 1987 – 1995. An upstate New York native, Dr. Braiman brings nearly 25 years of Neurology experience to Glens Falls Neurology and has been instrumental in the success of the Center of Excellence of Alzheimer’s Disease and the Stroke Center at Glens Falls Hospital.

Richard Jackson, MD

Richard Jackson, MD

Dr. Jackson received his medical degree from Wake Forest School of Medicine and obtained post-doctoral training at New York University where he served as Chief Resident. He practices at Glens Falls Neurology and has been instrumental to the success of the Center of Excellence for Alzheimer’s Disease and the Stroke Center at Glens Falls Hospital.

As it relates to Alzheimer’s Disease, Dr. Jackson works in collaboration with the Center’s Social Worker on initial assessment and diagnosis. In this capacity, he determines when further assessment or tests are required, identifies candidates for clinical trials and transitions the patient to the Care Manager within The Center of Excellence for short and long-term planning.

In addition to his interest in Alzheimer’s Disease, Dr. Jackson is pursuing post-doctoral training for stroke management.

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