Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Electrodiagnostic evaluation for inpatients and outpatients is performed with state-of-the-art equipment and the latest techniques. These diagnostic tests can be helpful in characterizing and localizing lesions, monitoring the disease process, and prognosticating outcome.
The Electrodiagnostic Laboratory uses the most advanced computerized technology and offers a complete range of electrophysiological testing for the diagnosis of a wide variety of disorders, including peripheral and proximal neuropathies, radiculopathies, plexopathies, peripheral nerve injuries, entrapment syndromes, neuromuscular transmission defects, cranial nerve disorders (CN-V and VI), motor neuron disease, spinal cord pathology, and myopathies.
The laboratory includes electromyography (routine study with disposable electrodes), motor and sensory nerve conduction studies.