Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Study (EMG/NCS) Laboratory at University Hospital
- Neuromuscular junction testing
- Single fiber EMG
- Laryngeal EMG
- Autonomic studies
- Movement disorder analysis
- Rudendal nerve testing
- Diaphragm studies
- Muscle – atrophy, weakness, cramping and abnormal muscle enzymes
- Repetitive motion injury
- Athletic injury
- Neck, back and extremity pain
- Nerve compression
At the University Hospital EMG/NCS Laboratory, our medical are experts in developing and utilizing the latest in testing protocols. Our electrodiagnostic procedures are subject to continual quality evaluation and improvement, not only in testing sensitivity but in patient safety and satisfaction. Our devoted clinical staff has expertise in neuromuscular, neurology and rehabilitation medicine. We are committed to the pursuit of knowledge and as such actively participate in teaching medical residents from Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine specialties from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
University Hospital EMG/NCS Laboratory offers patients a complete electroneurodiagnostic encounter including a directed patient medical history and an individually designed nerve conduction and electromyography study.