Premier Federal and Arizona Workers' Compensation Clinic Now Offering In-House Electrodiagnostic Studies with EMG and NCS's

The premier workers compensation pain management clinic for Federal and Arizona claims, Arizona Injury Medical Associates, P.L.L.C., is now providing in-house electrodiagnostic studies with a Double Board Certified workers compensation doctor. The studies are exceptional at diagnosing muscle and nerve injuries.

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The top federal and Arizona workers compensation doctor, Arizona IMA, offers in-house electrodiagnostic studies!

Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) November 19, 2013

The premier workers compensation pain management clinic for Federal and Arizona claims, Arizona Injury Medical Associates, P.L.L.C., is now providing in-house electrodiagnostic studies with a Double Board Certified workers compensation doctor. The studies are exceptional at diagnosing muscle and nerve injuries. For more information and scheduling, call (480) 347-0941.

For individuals involved in a work injury such as a slip and fall, repetitive trauma disorder or herniated disc while at work, an electrodiagnostic study plays a significant role in treatment decisions along with effective documentation for the employer. When the electrodiagnostic study is performed by a Board Certified Federal and Arizona workers compensation doctor such as with Arizona Injury Medical Associates, P.L.L.C., employers can rest assured the study has been performed by the most competent physician around.

Electrodiagnostic studies consist of two separate portions to help evaluate weakness, numbness and pain. The first study is an electromyographic examination, known as an EMG. The workers compensation doctor inserts fine needles into selected muscles and looks at the resulting electrical activity along with audible signals. The study is excellent at determining if the muscles are working normally.

The second study is a nerve conduction study, known in short as an NCS. The workers compensation doctor places electrodes on the skin and applies a mild electric stimulus to the extremity nerves. Based on the nerve impulse criteria, the doctor is able to determine if there is significant nerve injury.

Based on the results obtained from the electrodiagnostic studies, the workers compensation physician will then be able to report accurately on the objective findings. He will also determine the most effective course of treatment to help alleviate pain and get the individual back to work as soon as possible.

Dr. Demitri Adarmes is the Double Board Certified Workers Compensation pain management doctor at Arizona Injury Medical Associates, P.L.L.C. and offers both medication management along with interventional procedures. Treatment success is very high, and the practice offers expertise in claim documentation.

Patients and claimants from over 13 states have been seen at the practice. For more information and scheduling, call (480) 347-0941.


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