Electromyoneurography (EMNG) is an electro-physiological method for the measurement of peripheral nerve and muscle function. The electrical activity of the nerves in a muscle is presented visually on an monitor after the electric stimulation by the insertion of an electrode into the muscle. Based on the analysis of the shown nerve and muscle activity we can conclude whether the function of the muscle or nerves has changed and if there is a lesion present.
Using this method we can assess the degree of a lesion and its location which is important for the choice of treatment method (medical-physical therapy or surgical treatment). Patients referred to this method suffer from inter vertebral disc disease, cervical and lumbar spondylosis, inflammatory rheumatism, connective tissue disease, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, thyroid disorders, AIDS, nerve traumas, compression neuropathy as well as patients with incomplete post-operative treatment.