As a Board Certified Neurologist with extensive training and experience, Dr. Royter offers

General Neurology

Stroke, Neuromuscular disorders, Migraine, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, Seizure disorders among others.


EEG is an electroencephalogram is a test that measures and records the electrical activity of the brain

NCV Test

Nerve conduction velocity is a test to see how fast electrical signals move through a nerve.

EMG  Test

EMG test is an electromyogram measures the electrical activity of muscles at rest and during contraction.

*We accept Medicare, Sante, and most private health insurance carriers.

Hours of operation

Monday – Thursday: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Friday: 8:00 am – 12:00 pm


An EEG is a test that measures and records the electrical activity of the brain. Special sensors (electrodes) are attached to the head and hooked by wires to a computer. The computer records your brain’s electrical activity on the screen as wavy lines. Certain conditions, such as seizures, can be seen by the changes in the normal pattern of the brain’s electrical activity. An EEG may be done to diagnose epilepsy and see what type of seizures are occurring, check for problems with loss of consciousness or dementia, help find out a person’s chance of recovery after certain brain injuries including traumatic, anoxic and others.
Often the nerve conduction test is followed by EMG, which involves needles being placed into the muscle and you contracting that muscle. This can be uncomfortable during the test, and you may have muscle soreness after the test at the site of the needles. This test is used to diagnose nerve damage or destruction. Occasionally, the test may be used to evaluate diseases of neuromuscular junction or muscle, including myopathy, Lambert-Eaton syndrome, or myasthenia gravis.
NCV is a test to see how fast electrical signals move through a nerve. Patches called surface electrodes are placed on the skin over nerves at various locations. Each patch gives off a very mild electrical impulse, which stimulates the nerve. The nerve’s resulting electrical activity is recorded by the other electrodes. The distance between electrodes and the time it takes for electrical impulses to travel between electrodes are used to determine the speed of the nerve signals.Symptoms that might prompt a health care professional to order an NCV test include numbness, tingling, and/or burning sensations. The NCV test can be used to detect true nerve disorders (such as peripheral neuropathy or mononeuritis multiplex) or conditions whereby nerves are affected by mechanical compression injury (such as carpal tunnel syndrome).
Computerized Memory Testing
We offer the Computerized Memory Testing which is highly sensitive for detecting early declines, accurately measures the most sensitive memory functions that are the first indicators of increasing risk of Alzheimer ’s disease, brain changes that affect memory often start 30 years before diagnosis, in people in their 50’s, helps the doctor monitor changes over time. The Computerized Memory Testing covered by most Medicare and private insurances, top-rated by a National Institute of Health review panel.


My mission is to treat patients and their families with kindness, compassion and understanding; to examine and to listen my patients carefully; to correctly assess their diagnoses; to help prevent and treat their neurological illness.

Dr. Royter graduated from the Lugansk State Medical University, Ukraine in 1988 with honors.

Dr. Royter completed his neurology residency training at University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, Los Angeles USA and Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, Israel.

Dr. Royter completed Cerebrovascular Research Fellowship at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles.

Dr. Royter is a Board Certified neurologist. He is a Member of American Academy of Neurology, American Heart Association, and American Stroke Association.

Dr. Royter has published numerous articles in medical journals and presented research at national and international meetings. He is currently a Clinical Instructor and teaches family medicine resident and will teach 2014 upcoming psychiatric residents a neurology. He is Associate Professor of Neurology of the University of California, Irvine.

Dr. Royter is a loving husband and parent of two kids. He is avid bicyclist and woodworker.

Meet Our Staff

Larisa Office Manager

I am so blessed to be part of this wonderful team, watching it “Grow” in love and service. I, along with Dr. Royter and our Staff look forward to see you in our office!

Vagan Physician Assistant

My name is “guardian” in English. I guard my patients with love and compassion. I came from Armenia 20 years ago. I’ve been dedicated to medical field all my life.

Maggie Receptionist

I am a very happy person, I enjoy coming to work every morning. I love and care about our patients. I am always here for you, just a call away!

Evelyn Medical Assistant

I am a very caring person who loves to interact with our patients. I am dedicated as well as reliable and always put 110% in everything I do!

Contact Us

125 Mall Drive Suite 209B
Hanford, CA 93230

(559) 584-9000

(559) 589-9015

Patients who have Medi-Medi, Medi-Cal, La Salle and all other
managed care health insurances please call:

Specialty clinic in Hanford
1025 N Douty St, Hanford CA 93230
Phone # 559-583-2254
Fax # 559-589-2065

Selma Clinic
2141 High St, Suite C, Selma CA 93662
Phone # 559-891-2611
Fax # 559-898-7971