Skip Search
For exact phrase add quotation marks
page content
Skip page content

The Institute of Clinical Neurophysiology

The Institute of Clinical Neurophysiology at Schneider Children’s annually treats about 6000 children, many who suffer from intermittent hearing problems with about 1,000 diagnosed as hearing impaired requiring intervention. The team excels in conducting electrophysiology tests to asses brain and nerve function. The first cochlear implants were performed in January 2000. In 2010, the Institute introduced implantation of Bone Anchored Hearing Aids (BAHA) in those patients with middle ear hearing loss who have preserved inner ear functions yet are unable to use conventional hearing aids.

Director of the Institute
Prof. Joseph Attias

Location: 6th Floor
Hours: Sundays – Thursdays, 08:00-13:00
Tel: 972-3-925348
Fax: 972-3-9253104

Appointments: 972-3-9253210, Sundays to Thursdays, 08:00-15:00;
Holiday eves and intermediary holidays: 08:00-12:00
Appointment Form 


Medical Services

  • BERA – Brain Stem Evoked Response – a test with clicks and tone pips to evaluate hearing potential and nerve function of auditory tracks
  • Electrocochleography (ECOG) - tests electrical potentials generated in the inner ear and auditory nerve in response to sound stimuli
  • VEP - Visual Evoked Potential –tests electrical potential of the nervous system
  • ERG – Electroretinogram - measures the electrical responses to light stimuli of various cell types in the retina
  • SEP – Somato Sensory Evoked Potentials
  • EEG - Electroencephalogram
  • Electrophysiological Intra-Operative Monitoring
  • Cognitive Potential Testing: Sound, Sight, Sensory
  • Oto-Acoustic Emissions
  • MEP – Motor Evoked Potentials
  • EnoG – Electro-Neurography
  • ERP – Event Related Potentials


Letter from the community physician together with the payment guarantee
Referral by doctors at Schneider Children’s




Jump to page content