We started Neuromonitoring in December 2008 and have been growing ever since. Located in Mount Laurel, NJ, we offer comprehensive neuromonitoring services.
CNS Neuromonitoring has received the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval™ for its compliance with the Commission's national health standards. The Joint Commission is the predominant standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. Our company went through an on-site review and had to meet rigorous national standards-consistently and continuously. Should you have any concerns regarding patient safety or quality care issues you would like to report, you can contact the organizations management at 856-222-4444 ext. 139 and/or the Joint Commission at www.jointcommission.org
CNS Neuromonitoring Medical Director: Seth D. Scholl D.O., F.A.A.P.M.R
Dr. Scholl is a board certified specialist in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Dr. Scholl was born and raised in New York, where he studied at Binghamton University, graduating cum laude, with a Bachelor of Science in biology. He was then accepted into the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine and began his medical training. After medical school, Dr. Scholl was one of four physicians chosen to spend an extra year teaching as a fellow through the anatomy department. He then completed his internship at Long Beach Medical Center in Long Beach, New York. He then moved to Philadelphia to begin his three-year residency at Temple University/Moss Rehab Hospitals in physical medicine and rehabilitation. U.S. News and World Report consistently names Moss Rehab Hospital as one of the top 20 rehabilitation hospitals in the country. Dr. Scholl is the director of the electrodiagnostic laboratory at his practice. He is proficient in performing EMGs that are done to help diagnose a “pinched” nerve in the spine. Dr. Scholl maintains his affiliation with Temple University and has been granted the title of Clinical Instructor through the rehabilitation department. Dr. Scholl is active in teaching and in the mentoring of physical medicine residents. He is a member of the American Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and the American Association of Physiatrists.