VIS is proud to offer outpatient electromyography and nerve conduction velocities. This service for area-referring veterinarians will enable access to these advanced diagnostic procedures, with interpretation from a board certified neurologist, while maintaining primary care.
At this point we are only able to accept small animal patients for outpatient electrodiagnostics. If your pet or patient is a large animal, please call (865)974-5701 to schedule an appointment with a large animal clinician at the University of Tennessee Veterinary Medical Center, Large Animal Clinical Sciences.
|The needles used in electromyography and nerve conduction studies are very small||Dr. Thomas teaching veterinary students about EMG|
|Nerve Conduction Velocity Study|