Jonathan T. Michael, DPM, FACFAS

Bayonne (201) 535-8978

Randolph (973) 446-0021

Kearny (201) 997-5000

Jersey City (973) 446-0021

Brevio Nerve Conduction Testing

The Brevio Nerve Conduction Monitor is used to test for diabetic neuropathy, tarsal tunnel syndrome, to differentiate a nerve entrapment from plantar fasciitis and more. The easy to use Brevio performs sensory, motor, and F-wave testing with instant and automatic analysis of results.


With the Brevio NCS-Monitor, patients can be accurately and objectively evaluated for peripheral neuropathies using a traditional (or conventional) methodology. The Brevio has been designed to perform reliable cost-effective tests, display results instantly on screen, and output a report.


The Brevio is user friendly and displays standard parameters, such as latency, amplitude, and waveform configuration. Exams are performed using a single neuro-sensor to capture motor, F-wave, and sensory responses.


"Excellent physician, very knowledgeable, caring, and painless surgery."

Mike Davies, Bayonne, NJ

"Dr. Michael is a wonderful doctor. He has taught me how to take care of my feet properly after being diagnosed diabetic. He takes his time to explain everything as he goes. He's a true jewel. His office staff is courteous and very professional."

Mary Headrick, Bayonne, TX

"I just started seeing Dr. Michael after my previous doctor left his practice. I wish I had found him sooner! I highly recommend this practice!"

Melissa Brown, Randolph, NJ