I know there is so much controversy between chiropractic and medical care, but if it were not for chiropractic I would still be in pain. A car accident left me with constant lower back pain. I tried everything from painkillers to preparing to have surgery. I heard stories from my friends who had surgery and to this day wish they never had it. So I decided to go to a chiropractor before the surgery and I am so thankful that I did. My back pains are gone and I am living my life to the fullest and pain free.

Jeffrey Harris
EMG (Needle Electromyography) Print E-mail


The EMG is traditionally performed after the nerve conduction testing is complete because the needle exam cannot be designed or accurately interpreted without knowing the underlying nerve conduction status of the patient.

A small sterile, disposable needle electrode is placed in several select muscles to evaluate the muscle function and neurological status of the muscle in question. A unique EMG profile is designed based on the patient's presenting symptoms, the results of the focused neurological exam, and the NCV exam results.


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