ARISE FOR PERSONALIZED TREATMENT
At the Arise Neurology Clinic, our professional staff expertly and accurately diagnoses and treats non-specific nerve pain and weakness. We work closely with you and use advanced technology to accurately diagnose your condition so we can create and recommend a treatment plan for you immediately.
Aware For A Reason
We believe that the treatment of all of our patients needs to include an understanding that those patients have a life to live beyond their treatment. Working within a larger Medical Center gives Dr. Marci A. Roy and her staff the ability to care for patients after diagnosis in a way that minimizes their stress and inconvenience. Once a treatment plan is put in place it can usually all be handled on site, without the need to travel to, or schedule, another appointment.
Precise For A Reason
The more immediately we can accurately identify a neurological condition for our patients the better. If you've come to see us, it means you're looking for answers. We want you to feel truly cared for as soon as possible so we use the latest diagnostic tools available to us and strive to begin treatment immediately to provide faster relief.
The Arise Neurology Clinic Treats The Following
- Sensory Loss
- Muscle Weakness (Myopathy)
- Nerve damage of the extremities (Peripheral Neuropathy)
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (and other Ulnar Neuropathies)
- Gait Impairment
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Nerve damage caused by spinal discs (Radiculopathy)
What Is Electrodiagnostic Testing?
The term "Electrodiagnostic Testing" covers a wide spectrum of specialized tests. These include electromyography (EMG) which allows an examiner to see and hear how your muscles are working by inserting a small needle into whichever part of the body is creating your symptoms. A Nerve Conduction Study (NCS) is also part of the diagnostic spectrum. NCS uses small electrodes placed on your skin that cause nerves to fire in the areas being tested. The comprehensive spectrum of Electrodiagnostic testing gives your examiner a clear picture of both the muscles and nerves in your body, enabling a more accurate diagnosis and a faster plan for treatment.