NCS 204: Technical Aspects of Upper and Lower Extremity NCS

This course will help learners develop skills necessary to perform basic upper and lower extremity NCS studies. Recorded lectures will review the basic anatomy and physiology of the muscles and nerves involved in NCS testing. The related anatomy for major motor nerves such as the median, ulnar, radial, tibial, peroneal, and femoral nerves will be presented as well as the use of alternative recording sites. The course will focus and testing procedures and present information relative to instrument setting, measurement techniques and electrode placements. Reading and writing assignments for this course are required for course completion.



Author: Melody Kise, R.NCS.T., CNCT and Presentations by Jerry Morris, R.NCS.T., CNCT, FASET, MS

Required Text (not included with this course purchase):

Nerve Conduction Studies from A to Z Barbara O. Crout, R. EDT., Charles W. Flicek, Electromyography and Neuromuscular Disorders by Preston and Shapiro.

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