Neuromuscular & Movement Disorders Treatments and Procedures

Basic Genetic Testing

Basic genetic testing is a medical screening or diagnostic test that examines an individual's genes and chromosomes. Learn more

Biopsies of Muscle, Nerve and Skin

When a sample of tissue is removed from the body in order to analyze it and look for signs of certain diseases, this is known as a biopsy. Biopsies of muscle, nerve and skin can be used to help diagnose a variety of different medical conditions, including nerve damage, muscle damage, cancer and more. Learn more

Blood Labs

Blood labs is a short-hand or slang phrase for blood laboratory tests. These are common medical tests used in the diagnosis of a wide variety of medical conditions. Learn more

Botox/Dysport Injections

A Botox or Dysport injection is an injection of botulinum toxin (which causes temporary paralysis) into a muscle to relieve spasticity and involuntary movements. Learn more


A DEXA scan is a test that measures bone density and bone loss also called osteopenia. Learn more

Electrocardiogram Test

An electrocardiogram (EKG or ECG) is a test that evaluates the electrical rhythm of the heart. It’s used by medical professionals to find potential problems based on the pattern of your heart’s electrical rhythm or rate. Learn more

Electromyogram and Nerve Conduction Velocity

This study help your pediatric neurologist diagnose the cause of many nerve and muscular disorders. Learn more

Fetal Echocardiograms

This high-resolution ultrasound test can diagnose fetal heart abnormalities, providing opportunities for planning for a safe delivery and ongoing infant care. Learn more

Intraoperative MRI (iMRI)

The iMRI supports the hospital’s neurosurgeons in maximizing resection of abnormal brain tissue. Learn more

Muscle Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a medical imaging technology that produces a picture of the inside of the body using sound waves. In the case of a muscle ultrasound, it is used to produce pictures of the tendons, ligaments, muscles, nerves and joints to look for sprains, strains and other problems.  Learn more

Pulmonary Function Test

Pulmonary function testing refers to a broad range of tests used to monitor the function of the lungs. The tests range from exercise tests to spirometry to other forms of testing. Learn more

Single-Event Multilevel Surgery

Single-event multilevel surgery, or SEMLS, is a surgical procedure that aims to correct many of the issues related to neuromuscular disorders with just one orthopedic surgical procedure. Learn more

X-Ray Exam

An X-ray exam is one of the most common and oldest medical imaging tests. It involves using a machine to produce electromagnetic waves in order to create images of the inside of your body. Learn more