Nerve conditions or problems with the joints and muscle tissues can detrimentally impact your life if left untreated. If you are experiencing symptoms like unexplained muscle pain, numbness or a tingling sensation, it is crucial to have an NCV test done. The Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) test is used to identify a wide range of underlying nerve conditions or damages to muscle tissue and joints.

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What is a Nerve Conduction Test?

A nerve conduction velocity test is used to detect and evaluate nerve dysfunction and damage. It is also known as nerve conduction study and helps measure how efficiently and quickly electrical impulses travel through your peripheral nerves.

The peripheral nerves are responsible for your sensory experiences and help control your muscles. When your peripheral nerves are healthy, electrical signals travel more quickly through them and with greater efficiency than nerves that are damaged.

Take an NCV test near me at Anand Imaging Centre and it will help uncover an injury of the nerve fibre, muscle injury or a nerve disorder.

Why Should You Get an NCV Test Done?

A nerve conduction test helps monitor the speed with which your peripheral nerves send electrical signals to the brain. Your doctor may recommend getting an NCV test done to diagnose a wide range of health conditions such as:

  • Nerve injury
  • Diseases of the connective tissue
  • Sciatic nerve problems
  • Muscle disorders
  • Peripheral nerve injury
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Herniated disc disease
  • Trauma
  • Guillain-Barre syndrome
  • Neuropathy in patients who suffer from diabetes mellitus
  • Myasthenia
  • Lumbar/cervical disc prolapse
  • Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome

If you are consistently having the following symptoms, consult a doctor immediately who may recommend getting an NCV test:

  • Numbness
  • A tingling sensation
  • Muscle stiffness or cramping
  • Muscle weakness or rigidity, or loss of control over your muscles
  • Impaired mental ability and memory loss
  • Lack of coordination
  • Persistent headache

Often, your doctor may suggest electromyography (EMG) test along with an NCV test. The EMG test captures the electrical impulses moving through the muscles, helping identify the presence, site or extent of a disease damaging the muscles and nerves.

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What to Expect from an NCV Test?

At Anand Imaging, we follow industry standards when performing an NCV test in Gurgaon. This helps ensure high levels of quality and safety for our patients.

  • During the test, you will need to remove your clothing and change into a hospital gown
  • It is important to remove all metal objects from your body, including jewellery, eyeglasses, metal braces, etc. which may hinder the process
  • Depending on the part of the body being scanned, you need to lie down or sit for the test
  • The technologist or our consultant neurologist will detect the nerve or muscle tissue that needs to be tested
  • Then two electrodes (small sensors) will be attached to the skin using a special type of jelly or paste. One electrode will stimulate the nerve or tissue while the other will record how the nerves respond
  • Often, a mild electrical shock may be used to stimulate the nerve using the electrodes

If required, the test may be performed in more than one part of the body. It is typically performed along the path of the peripheral nerves on a leg or an arm based on the condition being diagnosed. The entire procedure is non-invasive, safe and painless; though you may experience little discomfort.

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Understanding Your NCV Test Results

One of the benefits of a nerve conduction velocity test is it provides reports with objective measurements. A nerve conduction velocity between the range of 50 and 60 metres per second is considered the normal range. Anything below or above that may indicate a nerve disorder or muscle injury.

However, the doctor may evaluate your NCV report along with an EMG test result for a better diagnosis. The results may vary depending on the part of the body being tested, your age, where you live, your gender or your health condition.


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