Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Testing Services
Electromyography (EMG) tests the electrical activity of muscles. It is often performed with a test that measures the conducting function of nerves, called a nerve conduction test. Together, these two tests can help determine if the electrical activity of your muscles or nerves is normal or not normal.
EMG can help diagnose nerve compression or injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, and other problems of the nerves or muscles. The tests are performed and interpreted by a board certified specialist and can be performed at many of our convenient locations.
We offer same week appointments and will fax our report to your physician within 48 hours of your appointment.
Call (866) 913-3361 to schedule your appointment for EMG / Nerve Conduction testing.
William D. Eisner PT, MSPT, ECS has a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy (MSPT) degree from the University of Kentucky.
He is a board certified in clinical electrophysiology (ECS) by the American Board of Physical Therapy (APTA).
A member of our KORT team since 1997, he is currently a doctoral candidate in the clinical electrophysiology program at Rocky Mountain University.
Bill practices exclusively in clinical electrophysiology and coordinates and supervises the EMG/NCS practice within KORT.
As one of just a few hundred therapists in the nation specializing in EMG, Bill Eisner has a rare perspective on what KORT offers patients with disorders such as neuromuscular diseases, motor problems, nerve root injuries, and muscle degeneration.