The Electromyography (EMG) and neuromuscular fellowship program provides exceptional expertise in diagnostic procedures in peripheral clinical neurophysiology and neuromuscular disorders. Applicants must have completed the Neurology or Pediatric Neurology residency program.
The candidate will acquired specialized diagnostic skills of disorders of anterior horn cell, peripheral nerves, neuromuscular junction and muscles in two years at a level exceeding the training and knowledge of general neurologists.
The candidate will become proficient in performing and interpreting NCS/EMG as well as to plan and perform advanced specialized related studies such as autonomic and chemodenervation procedures. The program will also enhance the clinical knowledge and promote the future researches for management and genetic understanding of various nerve and muscle disorders in the Kingdom.