The nerves of human body control the muscles by using impulses. When muscle contracts in response to a brain signal, discharges automatically. Electromyography (EMG) can assess discharging of muscles. Evaluation the electrical activity of nerves and muscles can help to identify the location and extent of diseases, which damage muscle tissue, or nerves. In this Laboratory, Surface and needle electromyography data with nerve conduction used for localization the disease of nerve and muscle or the effect of therapeutic interventions.
The laboratory area of approximately 30 square meters with two relating rooms with three EMG devices with full equipment to record nerve potentials - muscle evoked responses, and two computers with special software to process the recorded data is ready to perform relating researches. This section established based on university policies in 1988.