Thomas Cawley, DC: Board Certified Electrodiagnosis
Electrodiagnosis is a diagnostics procedure that assesses the health of muscles and the nerve cells that control them. An Electrodiagnosis device uses tiny devices called electrodes to transmit or detect electric signals. The results can reveal muscle dysfunction, nerve dysfunction or problems related to the nerve-to-muscle signal transmission.
The purpose of Thomas Cawley, DC conducting a Electrodiagnosis is to help diagnose or rule out a number of conditions. Dr. Cawley may conduct an Electrodiagnosis if you are showing any of the following signs or symptoms:
- Muscle Weakness
- Muscle Pain or Cramping
- Certain Types of Limb Pain
Results of Electrodiagnosis
The results are discussed between the patient and Dr. Cawley. Dependent upon the results, Dr. Cawley may recommend specific types of therapy that are best suited to treat the specific injury or disease. The Electrodiagnosis is a powerful tool in finding the best therapy options to treat the condition of the patient.