MD Diagnostic Specialists Uses New Tools to Identify Neuropathic Changes for Diabetic Patients

Maitland, Florida, May 25, 2016 : MD Diagnostic Specialists is pleased to announce they are using new tools to identify neuropathic changes in diabetic patients. The use of these tools is fueled by new studies that show their efficiency at identifying these issues.

Those who suffer from diabetes are well aware of the potential damage to their nerves due to reduced blood flow and abnormal levels of blood sugar. However, the ability to detect these issues early can have a major impact on a patient’s quality of life. Electromyography and nerve conduction studies are both now being used by medical professionals at the MD Diagnostic Specialists to look for neuropathic changes, as well as determine the exact severity of the condition. This simple test can be completed in as little as an hour, which means patients don’t have to spend a lot of time at the doctor’s office. Because the test uses mild electrical impulses, there is little discomfort for patients as well.

Monitoring nerve damage is a critical component to quality diabetic care. With the use of these newest tests, MD Diagnostic Specialists will be able to assist patients with this important task and help them stay on top of changes so they can be as comfortable as possible.

Anyone interested in learning more about how these tests are used for diabetic patients can find out more by visiting the MD Diagnostic Specialists website or by calling 1-407-644-0101.

About MD Diagnostic Specialists : MD Diagnostic Specialists is a medical facility that specializes in personal injury care and diabetic nerve testing. They employ a team of medical professionals with the experience necessary to help patients in these areas. Because of their work with personal injury cases, they work closely with insurance companies and attorneys to help their patients get the compensation to which they may be entitled.


Company : MD Diagnostic Specialists
Contact : Alisa Hornsby
Address : 668 N. Orlando Ave, Suite 1005, Maitland, FL 32751
Phone : (407) 644-0101
Fax : (321) 441-1559
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