A medical professional is conducting a nerve study on a patient's foot. There are electrodes attached to the patient's foot and the technician is holding a wand on their ankle.
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Nerve Conduction Studies

at Murphy Wainer

Nerve conduction studies are often done along with an electromyogram to determine if a nerve is functioning normally. The doctor conducting the test will tape wires (electrodes) to the skin in various places along the nerve pathway. Then the doctor stimulates the nerve with an electric current. It is not usually painful and most people are comfortable during the testing procedure. Murphy Wainer has Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians who are trained in the administration and interpretation of these studies. Talk to your doctor if you have questions about the nerve conduction study.
A medical professional is conducting a nerve study on a patient's foot. There are electrodes attached to the patient's foot and the technician is holding a wand on their ankle.
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.

Nerve Conduction

Studies at Murphy

Wainer

Nerve conduction studies are often done along with an electromyogram to determine if a nerve is functioning normally. The doctor conducting the test will tape wires (electrodes) to the skin in various places along the nerve pathway. Then the doctor stimulates the nerve with an electric current. It is not usually painful and most people are comfortable during the testing procedure. Murphy Wainer has Board Certified Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians who are trained in the administration and interpretation of these studies. Talk to your doctor if you have questions about the nerve conduction study.
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