What is an Electromyography?

Electromyography (EMG) is a diagnostic test that evaluates the well-being of skeletal muscles. As a component of electrodiagnostic testing, this examination identifies issues in the communication between the central nervous system and muscles. Frequently conducted alongside a nerve conduction study to look for pinched nerves, EMG aids in diagnosing symptoms such as muscle weakness or numbness, providing valuable insights for customized treatment.

For comprehensive Electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies, turn to Schneck Neurology. Our skilled neurologists use these diagnostic tools to assess muscle and nerve function, enabling the identification of the underlying causes of symptoms like muscle weakness. Rely on us for precise evaluations and personalized treatment plans tailored to your needs.

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