What problems can a neurologist help you with?
- Back and head pain, migraines
- Seizure disorders – convulsions, disorders of consciousness, dizziness
- Diseases of the elderly – bloodlessness of the brain, stroke, oblivion
- Mobility disorders
- Severe or prolonged pain
- Chronic fatigue for an unknown reason
- Feelings of anxiety, depression, burnout,
- Tetanic syndrome
- Long-covid syndrome
- Panic attacks associated with various physical symptoms
- Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease
- Sclerosis multiplex
The neurological outpatient clinic offers:
- thorough medical examinations
- consultation and second opinion
- telemedicine and video consulting via the Zoom platform
- local injection treatment also with collagen injections of GUNA MD
- regular health checks
- daily infusion therapy
Electromyography is an instrumental examination that captures the electrical activity of muscles. In this way, the specialist verifies their condition and the correct nervous supply – innervation. The examination is indicated and performed by a neurologist.
When can your doctor recommend an EMG test?
A neurologist may indicate this test if you have symptoms of a muscle, nerve or neuromuscular disorder or disease. The most common symptoms are tingling, numbness, muscle stiffness, involuntary twitching (tics), muscle soreness or weakness – even paralysis of the upper and lower limbs.
Most often, a doctor – neurologist will recommend an EMG examination if he suspects tetanic syndrome, polyneuropathy, damage to peripheral nerves (or nerve roots in disc herniation), or disorders of neuromuscular transmission.
What EMG examinations do we perform in our center?
- EMG examination for tetanus syndrome – the examination lasts about 20 minutes.
- EMG examination for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – the examination lasts about 30 minutes.
- EMG examination of conductivity on the upper limbs – the examination lasts about 30 minutes.
- EMG examination of polyneuropathy of the lower limbs – the examination lasts about 40 minutes.