PAS is proud of its dedicated staff of intraoperative neurophysiologist professionals who provide IONM services at numerous hospital centers throughout the metropolitan New York/ New Jersey region. All are university-trained and are from varied educational and healthcare backgrounds.
Joseph Conlon, DC, CNIM, joined PAS in 1997 and was mentored by Dr. Joseph Danto, our founder and a pioneer in the IONM field. After several years, Dr. Conlon was appointed Director of Clinical Operations and was intricately involved with staff development and training. In June 2014, he was appointed President of PAS, Medsurant Holdings Northeast Division, and is responsible for daily operations of IONM in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Dr. Conlon graduated from the State University of New York at Cortland with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education; Exercise Physiology concentration. Pursuing his interest in health and wellness, Joe achieved his Doctorate in Chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1989. With a strong background in anatomy, physiology and neurology, Dr. Conlon has been able to put this knowledge to practice at PAS by actively developing and maintaining a strong dedicated staff of neurophysiologists.
Each member of our staff receives a rigorous, intensive training fellowship with the goal of being able to provide independent, thoughtful care. Our neurophysiologists use only cutting-edge instrumentation and technologies along with the latest electrophysiological techniques and modalities. Surgical procedures that require IONM services usually place the surgical team and patient in a somewhat anxious state. Our neurophysiologists’ superior professional skills make our patients feel more at ease. We are proud of our team of experts and are privileged to be associated with such high-caliber healthcare professionals.
An organization’s administrative staff is critical to its viability. Our administration is a kind, courteous and helpful group that handles a host of responsibilities at both our New Jersey and Pennsylvania locations.
Their primary concern is to make patients comfortable during a potentially stressful period of their lives. They are experienced and positioned to work diligently and cooperatively with surgeons and their staff. We make every effort to treat each individual’s inquiry with the care, concern and respect one would expect for themselves.
Your concern is our concern. Your good outcome is our good outcome. Your success is our success.
For more information regarding our intraoperative neurophysiologist staff and services, please email us or call 201-862-9900.