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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.