Neurology

Neurodiagnostic Testing

What is an EMG test?

EMG or Electromyography is a test that is used to study the nerve and muscle function. EMG testing can provide your doctor with information about the extent and type of nerve and muscle disease/injury and can also determine the location of injury and give some indication whether the damage is reversible. more


What is an EP test?

EP or Evoked potential, is a test that is used to measure the electrical activity in certain areas of the brain and spinal cord. Electrical activity is produced by stimulation of specific sensory nerve pathways. The Evoked potentials measure how quickly and completely the nerve signals reach the brain. more


What is an EEG test?

The EEG is a test that is used to study brain wave patterns.  It can provide your doctor with information about the nature of the type of difficulties youíve been experiencing. more

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