- Basic concepts of nerve conduction studies.
- Physiological and non-physiological factors affecting the technical aspects of
nerve conduction recording.
- Technical aspects and clinical applications of specialised nerve conduction
procedures, such as late responses and blink reflex.
- Hands-on experience in performing nerve conduction studies for common
tested nerves as well as learn anatomical localization for EMG of important
- Normal and abnormal motor unit morphology and recruitment pattern.
- Clinical and electrodiagnostic features of entrapment neuropathies, cervical
and lumbosacral radiculopathies.
- Clinical utility of advanced EMG techniques, including multi-MUP analysis and
- Electrodiagnostic approach to a wide spectrum of Neuromuscular disorders,
including myopathies, ALS, motor neuronopathies, axonal and demyelinating
- In-depth understanding of the physiology and the technicalities underlying
Repetitive Nerve Stimulation (RNS) and Single-Fibre EMG (SF-EMG) with
- Specialised electrodiagnostic modalities in evaluating Autonomic (small fibre)
Testing and MUNE techniques.
- Key components of electrodiagnostic report writing.
- Classification and clinical utility of NCS/EMG in Traumatic Nerve injury and
Spasticity Module: Ultrasound Guided Injection Therapy in Upper Limb Spasticity
- Evidence on Instrumental guidance in muscle localization
(EMG/Estim vs USG)
- Hands on training on use of USG for accurate muscle localization