Electrodiagnostic Testing is used to evaluate the integrity and function of the muscles and nerves. The results can reveal problems in these structures or in the communication between muscles and nerves.

TECA Synergy/Oxford Equipment

Advanced Equipment and Board Certified Neurologists

  • EMG > Invasive Needle Electromyography
  • NCSs > Nerve conduction studies
  • SSR > Sympathetic Skin Response
  • DEP5 > Dermatomal Evoked Potentials
  • SSEPs > Somatosensory Evoked Potentials

Conditions Diagnosed

Carpel Tunnel Syndrome – Motor/Sensory loss
Tarsel Tunnel Syndrome – Radiculopathies
Cervical Lumbar Indications – Spinal Cord Injury
Brachial/Lumbosacral plexus indications – Herniated Discs
Neuropathies (diabetic, peripheral alcoholic) – Muscle Weakness
Paresthesia – Numbness
RSD (reflex sympathetic dystrophy) – Pain

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