Main Office
389 Mulberry St.
Suite 200
Macon, Georgia 31201
P: 478 743 9123
F: 478 742 9809
F: 478 750 1421

Testing Center
673 Pine Street
Macon, Georgia 31201
P: 478 746 0028
F: 478 746 0031



See the “Patient forms” section for pre-testing preparation instructions

The electroencephalogram (EEG) study is a non-invasive test to assess the electrical activity of the brain. Highly sensitive monitoring equipment records the activity through electrodes (small metal discs) that are placed at measured intervals on a patientís scalp. When the brain is ill, electrical messages to and from the brain can become blocked or altered. The EEG test can help detect the location of the problem and its cause. It is often used to help diagnose structural diseases of the brain and episodes described as seizures, fainting, blacking out, or falling out. This test may take 45 to 60 minutes to perform, including preparation time.

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