The Neuro 7 is the state-of-the-art neurological instrument for today's physician. The device is a light-weight compact tool that incorporates a reflex hammer, light-touch brush, sharp-dull tool, wartenberg wheel, variable two-point discriminator, plantar stimulation tool, and light source for pupillary reflex into one revolutionary, hand-held device.
With the Neuro 7, a medical practitioner can perform a general neurological exam in a few minutes, and with all tools retracted within the Neuro 7, you have what you need safely and conveniently clipped in your pocket. But what do doctors say about the Neuro 7? Here are some recent testimonials from physicians who use the device.
"I have been using the Neuro 7 for over 3 months now, and it has become an essential part of my neurological exam. I no longer have to carry around multiple tools in my pockets, or search the drawers in my office for Q-tips and safety pins. On numerous occasions I have been able to run into the emergency room and see a patient without lugging my medical bag. The Neuro 7 conveniently allows me to perform a thorough and reproducible sensory exam. The Neuro 7 is a neurologist equivalent of a Swiss army knife."
----Dr. Ian Stein, Neurologist, Brooklyn, NY.
"I am a Board Certified Pain Physician [and have been] using the Neuro 7 for the last 3 years. It is an excellent tool for neurological examination. This tool saves me [from carrying] 6 or 7 [pieces of] equipment [to] each of my examination rooms. I can move with the Neuro 7... The Neuro 7 is an excellent tool for pain practitioners, neurologists, and neurosurgeons. I recommend the Neuro 7 to all practices."
----Dr. Hani Gabriel MD, Gabriel Pain and Spine Center Pittsburgh, PA.
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