diagnostic test that measures the electrical activity within muscle fibers in response to nerve stimulation
diagnostic procedure for testing and recording neuromuscular activity by the electric stimulation of the nerve trunk that carries fibers to and from the muscle
medication administered to suppress smooth muscle contractions of the stomach, intestine, or bladder
skeletal muscle relaxant
medication administered to relax certain muscles and to relieve the stiffness, pain, and discomfort caused by strains, sprains, or other muscle
drug that causes temporary paralysis by blocking the transmission of nerve stimuli to the muscles
study of the human factors that affect the design and operation of tools and the work environment
activities to promote recovery and rehabilitation to assist patients in normalizing their ability to perform the activities of daily living (ADL)
treatment to prevent disability or to restore functioning through the use of exercise, heat,
massage, and other methods to improve circulation, flexibility, and muscle strength.
specialized soft tissue manipulation technique used to ease the pain of conditions such as fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome, movement restrictions, temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ), and carpal tunnel syndrome.
utilizes high-frequency sound waves to treat muscle injuries by generating heat deep within muscle tissue
acronym for the most common first aid treatment of muscular injuries; letters stand for Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation
is the surgical division of a tendon for relief of a deformity caused by the abnormal shortening of a muscle, such as strabismus