A nerve conduction velocity study (NCS) tests how fast electrical impulses travel from one point to another on a specific nerve pathway. NCS can be used for a multitude of diagnostic purposes. NCS help detects and locate damage to a
As a provider responsible for treating Long Island’s top athletes and weekend warriors, you understand the importance of getting them back in the game as quickly as possible after suffering an injury. However, while your priority should always be treating
Small nerve fiber irregularities can cause debilitating burning and shooting pain in the affected area(s) of the body, which can negatively impact your quality of life. The condition often begins in the lower extremities such as the feet and slowly
Electrodiagnostic testing evaluates and measures patients who have damage to their peripheral and central neurologic, neuromuscular junction and motor systems. If your patients are in pain and experiencing limb numbness, pain, and tingling or generalized muscle weakness or spinal pain
An electromyography (EMG) test is used as a diagnostic tool to assess the condition of muscles and their corresponding motor neurons. Many times these tests are useful in detecting nerve dysfunction and/or muscle disorders. At Resnick Electrodiagnostic Consultative Services, Dr.
Are your patients experiencing numbness or tingling? Then you may want to recommend a nerve conduction velocity test. This test is used to diagnose neurological diseases or conditions such as carpal/tarsal tunnel syndrome, peripheral neuropathies, neuromuscular junction disorders and more.