A technician wearing gloves attaches EMG sensors to the arm of a patient.
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Electromyography (EMG)

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Electromyography (EMG) is a diagnostic tool that records and analyzes the electrical activity in your muscles. It is used to learn more about the functioning of nerves in the arms and legs. During an EMG, small, thin needles are placed in the muscle to record the electrical activity. When the needles are inserted, you may feel some pain and discomfort. On the day of the test, do not put any lotions or creams on the area to be tested and do not wear any jewelry. Usually, you can get the results immediately after the test. Murphy Wainer has board certified physisicans who are Interventional Specialists trained in the administration and interpretation of these studies.
A technician wearing gloves attaches EMG sensors to the arm of a patient.
ON-SITE
AFTER HOURS ORTHOPEDIC
A drawing of a patient lying on a physical therapy table while a therapist helps him work on his leg exercises.
A drawing of a patient on crutches standing next to a physician with a clipboard
COPYRIGHT © MURPHY WAINER ORTHOPEDIC SPECIALISTS ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. WEB DEVELOPMENT BY A BETTER WEB, INC.

Electromyography (EMG)

at Murphy Wainer

Electromyography (EMG) is a diagnostic tool that records and analyzes the electrical activity in your muscles. It is used to learn more about the functioning of nerves in the arms and legs. During an EMG, small, thin needles are placed in the muscle to record the electrical activity. When the needles are inserted, you may feel some pain and discomfort. On the day of the test, do not put any lotions or creams on the area to be tested and do not wear any jewelry. Usually, you can get the results immediately after the test. Murphy Wainer has board certified physisicans who are Interventional Specialists trained in the administration and interpretation of these studies.
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