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The Electromyography (EMG) Laboratory

The Electromyography (EMG) is a diagnostic test used to evaluate the body’s nerve and muscle function and assesses a potential neurological disease. The test may be performed in combination with a Nerve Conduction Study (NCS) test, which together, help to detect the presence, location, and extent of diseases that damage the nerves and muscles.



Why Choose the Johns Hopkins EMG Lab?

The EMG laboratory is equipped with advanced technology and staffed with physicians and technicians specially trained in testing and diagnosing neurological conditions.

We have expertise in treating and caring for patients affected by all types of neuromuscular disorders.

Your neurologist may refer you to the EMG for the following conditions:


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