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EMG is a diagnostic procedure commonly used to assess the health of muscles and can aid in the diagnosis of nerve injuries, such as nerve compression, carpal tunnel syndrome and sciatica.
An EMG uses small needles (electrodes) that are inserted through the skin into the muscle. These electrodes can transmit electrical signals or pick up the electrical activity created by your muscles; it then translates these signals into graphs, sounds or numerical values that our specialists can interpret. In combination with NCV ( nerve conduction velocity) testing, our specialists are able to accurately diagnose various nerve injuries at the spinal or peripheral level.Make An Appointment