Electroneurodiagnostics are used to help diagnose the cause of impairments of the nerves and muscles, including back or neck pain, numbness/tingling, and muscle weakness. Carpal tunnel syndrome, for example, is often diagnosed this way.
The two most frequently used of electrodiagnostic tests are electromyography (recording the electrical activity of certain muscles) and nerve conduction studies (recording the electrical conduction of the motor and sensory nerves).
Best practices require that these procedures be performed only by physicians trained in electroneurodiagnostic studies. All of Kane Hall Barry’s board-certified neurologists meet this standard.
We do these studies in both our Keller and Bedford offices, for speed of diagnosis and patient convenience.