Howland Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
1950 Niles-Cortland Rd., NE, Suite 7
Warren, Ohio 44484Phone: 330-856-5614
Electromyography, or EMG, show how well the body's electrical signals are traveling to a nerve. This is done by applying electrodes to your skin and then applying small electrical shocks to the nerve and recording how the nerve works. The shocks cause a quick, mild, tingling feeling. There are no lasting side effects after the EMG and you can resume your normal activities immediately after the test.Click the following links for helpful information to know - Before Your EMG and After Your EMG
, lead LPN at Howland Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, has successfully completed the written and practical portions of the 2012 Certified Nerve Conduction Technologist (CNCT) certification examination of the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine. There are very few CNCTs who have attained this level of credentialing. She will join only 2 other Ohio CNCTs from Columbus and Toledo listed on the CNCT Directory as of 7/19/11 who have attained this national credential. This credential is tailored to capture the specialized knowledge, skills, and abilities of professional END (electroneurodiagnostic) technologists trained and educated in nerve conduction studies (NCS). END technologists who earn this credential will show both the professional community and members of the public that they have achieved the highest standards of excellence in the performance of NCS.