Diagnostics

Do You Suffer From:

  • Back Pain?
  • Muscle Weakness?
  • Numbness or Tingling in the Hands or Feet?
  • Shoulder or Knee Pain?

Treatments that treat only the symptoms can be ineffective and a waste of time and money while you still suffer from pain. Optimum Diagnostics implements Advanced Diagnostic Technologies to identify the real cause of your problem and find the best possible solution.

Do You Suffer From:

  • Back Pain?
  • Muscle Weakness?
  • Numbness or Tingling in the Hands or Feet?
  • Shoulder or Knee Pain?

Treatments that treat only the symptoms can be ineffective and a waste of time and money while you still suffer from pain. Optimum Diagnostics implements Advanced Diagnostic Technologies to identify the real cause of your problem and find the best possible solution.

Recent research studies show that 60% of patients who received EMG/NCS testing or Muskuloskeletal Ultrasound Imaging as part of their Physical Therapy care had a more positive outcome in their case management.

These tests can help your Physical Therapist design appropriate treatment plans and manage your case more effectively.

EMG/NCS

The results from EMG/NCS testing can be very valuable for your Doctor to determine various conditions that can affect your nerves and muscles and to better direct your care.

WHAT IS AN EMG/NCS TEST?

EMG stands for Electromyography and evaluates the integrity of your muscles. NCS stands for Nerve Conduction Studies and are used to measure the health of your nerves.

CONDITIONS THAT EMG/NCS TESTING CAN HELP:

  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Numbness or tingling in the hands.
  • Numbness or tingling in the feet.
  • Burning sensation in hands or feet.
  • Weakness in the legs.
  • Weakness in the arms & hands.
  • Sensation of pins & needles.
  • Diabetes
  • Neurophathy

Muskuloskeletal Ultrasound Imaging

DO YOU SUFFER FROM:

  • Shoulder or Elbow Pain?
  • Hip Pain?
  • Knee or Foot Pain?
  • Arthritis?
  • Sport Injuries?

Muskuloskeletal Ultrasound Imaging will help your Physical Therapist see inside the area of your pain.

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