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Minimally invasive weight loss surgery.
Cancer care with compassion and expertise.
Complete services to fight heart disease.
Supporting children and adolescents.
For common as well as complex skin conditions.
Advanced ENT specialty care.
Dedicated solely to treating headache pain.
Advanced care for neurological disorders.
Women's reproductive and perinatal care.
Treatment for bone and muscular injuries.
Programs to restore mobility and function.
Helping people change their lives.
For breathing disorders and lung diseases.
High quality, state-of-the-art care.
Our surgeons practice superior medicine.
Compassionate care for urological conditions.
Find a wide variety of health services.
Learn about the wide range of emergency services we provide.
We offer comprehensive services for rapid evaluation and treatment.
We offer a full range of internal medicine and geriatric services.
Offering support to communities in need of medical assistance.
Personalized, integrated treatment by a comprehensive group practice.
We have support groups for patients, caregivers, and crime victims.
Empowering survivors of sexual abuse, violence, and crime.
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EMGs measure the electrical activity in muscles. If nerve function is impaired, the characteristics of electrical impulses in muscles change, and from this our neurologists can pinpoint nerve compressions or injuries, such as those involved in carpal tunnel syndrome, sciatica, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, and muscular dystrophy.
Somatosensory Evoked Potential (SEP) tests measure how body sensations are relayed to the brain and how the brain receives them. We use these to evaluate the health of peripheral nerves and the spinal cord.
Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) create clear and concise muscular-skeletal images, providing valuable information about the causes and locations of a neurological problem.
For more information or to make an appointment, please call Neurophysiology at St. Luke’s at (212) 523-3645 or Neurophysiology at Roosevelt at (212) 523-7350.
St. Luke's has a full range of primary care physicians and specialists.
St. Luke's Hospital
1111 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10025
St. Luke’s Hospital1111 Amsterdam AvenueNew York, NY 10025(212) 523-4000