An electromyography is a diagnostic procedure that assesses the health of muscles and the motor neurons that control them.
Reading of a test that detects electrical activity in the brain using electrodes attached to the scalp.
A procedure involving the injection of anesthetics or steroids into the occipital nerve to treat chronic headaches.
A nonsurgical treatment in which small electric shocks are delivered to the brain to reduce tremor and involuntary movements.
A technology involving the use of infrared goggles that assess inner ear and central motor functions.
A treatment in which electrical impulses are delivered to the vagus nerve to treat epilepsy and depression.
Testing of symptoms that occur when there is damage to certain nerves, including severe pain attacks.
Posturography is a non-invasive clinical assessment of any type of postural control or balance issues.