Quantitative Sensory Testing

Quantitative Sensory Testing identifies early nerve damage (neuropathy) and helps determine treatment progress. More sensitive than an electromyelogram (EMG), it can detect abnormal function in small sensory nerves in patients with numbness or tingling, especially in the extremities, even when an EMG is normal.

Indications: Diabetic pain and Neuropathy, Radiculopathy, Neuropathy