- Electromyography (EMG) Test - A test to evaluate the motor function of the peripheral nerves and the related spinal nerves. The test involves use of a needle to test nerve conduction speed. The method of the EMG is to insert small needles in muscle groups and observe for electrical indications of denervation or loss of nerve function.
- Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) Test - A diagnostic study during which both sensory and motor nerves are repeatedly stimulated in order to measure the speed at which nerve impulses are conducted.
Interventional Pain Procedures
Epidural Steroids, Facet Joint Injections, SI Joint Injections, Botox for Spasticity
Non-Operative Managment of:
Spine Pain, Herniated Discs, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Peripheral Neuropathy
- Care and treatment of work related illness or on-the-job accident or injury.
- The medical and non-surgical treatment of an illness or injury which occurs as a result of a recreational activity.