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This is a test to assist in determining  diseases of the nerves or muscles. It is a recording of electrical activity in the muscles.  The portion of the test EMG (electromyography) can help discover the cause of muscle weakness, spasms, paralysis, or pain in the arms legs, hands, or face. It helps detemine if the problem involves the spinal cord, nerves, or muscles. For the EMG, fine needles are inserted into the muscles and a recording is made of the muscle action.

Another portion of this test is called nerve conduction study.  This electrodiagnostic test assess the intregrity of the peripheral nerves. Electrodes will be taped to your skin and an electrical impluse is sent through. It measures the time required for an impulse to travel over a measured segment of a nerve.

This whole procedure takes 30 to 45 minutes.

Anodyne Therapy:

 Anodyne therapy is a non-invasive drug-free device that delivers monochromatic infrared energy through infrared light- emitting diodes that are on a flexible pad. The purpose of this treatment is to increase circulation and reduce pain.  The pads are placed on the location of pain where the infrared light is absorbed by the body , blood vessels begin to dilate increasing circulation. Increased circulation stimulates healing and relieves pain. The most common complaint is neuropathy.  The treatment is normally 2 to 3 times per week for 12 weeks. Each session is 30 to 45 minutes.

Neuromuscular Therapy:

Also known as massage therapy.


  • Orthovisc
  • Cortisone
  • Synvisc
  • Trigger Point Injection (TPI)
  • Supartz

Orthotics or Stabilizer:

This is a insert placed in your shoe to help balance your posture and keep you in alignment. Foot imbalances can contribute to pain and discomfort. Feet are the foundation of your body. Any weakness or unstable poistioning in either foot causes stress and strain on each of your joints- all the way up to your neck.

Each insert is custom-made and are scientifically designed for your body's unique postural needs.


Skillful use of the hands in therapeutic or diagnostic procedures such as reduction of a dislocation or various treaments in physical therapy or osteopathy.

Cervical or Lumbar traction:

An orthopedic device that applies pressure to either your back or neck.



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