- Electrodiagnostic Testing: Also known as EMG/Nerve Conduction Studies. Used to determine whether a patient has an injury or disorder of nerves or muscles. The testing is usually conducted when a patient has weakness, numbness or tingling, muscle pain or cramping. More info can be found on our EMG Patient handout.
- Trigger Point and Other Injections: Used to diagnose and treat common musculoskeletal problems such as muscle spasm, joint pain, and bursitis. More information can be found at:
- Botox Injections: For chronic migraine headaches, cervical dystonia and other conditions that result in spastic muscles. More information can be found at: