What is an SEMG Exam and why is it important?

What does SEMG stand for?

SEMG stands for Surface Electromyography.  It is a device that measures the amount of electrical activity your muscles release when they contract, otherwise known as muscle tension.  Small probes are placed against the skin.  It is totally painless and only takes a few minutes.  The SEMG shows the muscular component of the vertical subluxations.  Vertebrae Subluxations reduce the body's ability to maintain optimal health.  When the veterbral subluxations are present, the nervous system is negatively effected and results in increase or decrease in muscle activity.  The SEMG detects the Vertebral Subluxations and allows Dr. Taylor to determine the type of care that is best for your case.

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