Works in hospitals, clinics, and doctors’ offices; more experienced technologists may work in an operating room
Performs procedures including:
Evoked potentials (EP)
Polysomnograms (PSG or sleep studies)
Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS)
Long termmonitoring, all of which may aid in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological problems ranging from common headaches, head and spinal injuries as sometimes seen in athletes, seizures, sleep disorders, strokes and unexplained comas.
Work in research positions or the medical instrument industry
The salary range for a Neurodiagnostic technologist ranges from $30,000 to $69,000 nationally; and from $35,000 to $74,000 in Massachusetts. Ranges may depend on position, experience, education, and hours worked. (indeed.com)
Did you know…?
Labouré College has been on the forefront of NDT since the 1970s!