Electromyography (EMG) testing helps identify the cause of muscle weakness, spasms, paralysis or pain in the arms legs, hands or face by recording electrical activity in the muscles.
Nerve Conduction Velocity (NVC) study is an electrodiagnostic test that assesses the integrity of your peripheral nerves, using small electrodes attached to your skin with tape. By sending electrical impulses between these electrodes, we can measure 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 is a non-invasive, drug-free device that employs flexible pads that emit infrared energy. The pads are placed on the location of pain, and infrared light causes blood vessels to dilate, increasing circulation and stimulating healing. This method is commonly used to treat neuropathy. Each session is 30 to 45 minutes.
Neuromuscular Therapy is a form of soft-tissue massage therapy that can be used to treat poor posture, biomechanical dysfunction, nerve compression syndrome and ischemia.
Orthotics are inserts placed in your shoe to help balance your posture and keep you in alignment. Feet are the foundation of the body, and any weakness or unstable positioning in either foot can cause stress and strain on each of your joints, all the way up to your neck. Our shoe inserts are custom-made and are scientifically designed for your body's unique postural needs, while also relieving any related pain or discomfort.
In manipulation therapy, physicians use their hands skillfully in therapeutic or diagnostic procedures, including reduction of a dislocation or various treatments in physical therapy or osteopathy.
Cervical or lumbar traction uses an orthopedic device that applies pressure to your back or neck, reducing nerve and muscle pain.
Unity Health Network Rehabilitation Medicine provides independent medical and disability evaluations for workers compensation and social security filing.