Diagnostic Centre has facility for Nerve conduction velocity which studies the nerve conduction. It is the speed at which an electrochemical impulse propagates down a neural pathway.
Nerve Conduction Velocity is just one of many measurements commonly made during a nerve conduction study (NCS). The purpose of these studies is to determine whether nerve damage is present and how severe that damage may be. Many times, Needle EMG is also performed on subjects at the same time as other NCS procedures because they aid in detecting whether muscles are functioning properly in response to stimuli sent via their connecting nerves.