Silicon Valley Brain SPECT Imaging ( SVBSI ) was founded in September of 2001 by William C. Klindt, M.D. Generally four appointments are needed to complete the brain imaging process. Brain SPECT scans are typically scheduled in the evenings or on Saturday’s. However, in special circumstances, patients traveling from out of state to have scans done, can usually be accommodated to match their scheduling needs. Patients of all ages are scanned, ranging from young children to elderly adults. Our courteous and professional staff will do everything they can to make your experience with Silicon Valley Brain SPECT Imaging positive and efficient.
We at SVBSI believe that when you are looking at an organ as complex as the Brain, you want the clearest, most precise, highest resolution images available in the world for accurate assessment and interpretation of Brain functioning. That is why our clinic uses the Neuro-SPECT Quadruple Headed Gamma camera, the most technologically advanced Brain SPECT Imaging device in the world. In fact, at the present time, our clinic is one of only a few in the world to have the Neuro-SPECT Quadruple Headed camera in actual use.
In the first few months of operation in 2001 through numerous scans that were performed at our clinic this camera was quickly FDA approved. The Neuro-SPECT Quad camera is an incredibly sophisticated, reliable, and safe camera that achieves a significant leap forward in Brain SPECT Imaging quality. The speed of the acquisition of the Brain images, the quality of the camera, and the state of the art software used to process the images all add up to the absolute best of the best resolution obtainable for Brain SPECT Imaging available for you here at Silicon Valley Brain SPECT Imaging.
Now after several years of continuous experience with this camera and system, clearly SVBSI is the leader in providing you, the patient, with the most state of the art technology available in assessing your Brain functioning.