Preparing for Your Visit

Prior to your appointment you will receive an email or text from, requesting that you complete an your new patient paperwork electronically. This online check-in system is convenient and has been added to improve your patient experience. Completing this prior to your appointment will reduce the wait time in our office! (If you do not receive this email or text message at least 48 hours prior your appointment, please call our office so that they may verify your contact information and resend this important request.)

Please bring the following with you to your appointment:

  • Insurance card
  • Photo ID
  • Co-payment
  • A list of your current medications

If the following items are available please bring them as well:

  • Copy of any prior EMG/NCS reports
  • Any prior x-rays, MRIs, or other imaging reports related to the complaint
  • Other medical records that you think may be helpful

If you are unfamiliar with electrodiagnostic testing or would like to know more information on what to expect on the day of your consultation, please visit our link About the EMG/NCS Test.

For Contact information and a Map to our office please visit our links Contact Us and Location.

Billing/Insurance Information

For questions regarding your personal or insurance billing, please call 256-270-9979.

We participate with most major insurance plans. However, please contact us to confirm coverage prior to your appointment. Patients should bring insurance cards and photo I.D. to the appointment, and be prepared to pay any co-pay or other required payment at the time of the visit.

Alabama EMG files claims as a courtesy to our patients. We will be happy to assist as much as possible; however, to expedite the process and avoid confusion, patients should read their policy book or contact their insurance company to verify their specific benefits and coverage.

Patient Education

The following links provide information on some of the disorders that can be evaluated with electrodiagnostic studies.

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Brachial Plexopathy
Diabetic Neuropathy
Lumbar Radiculopathy
Peroneal Neuropathy
Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome
Ulnar Neuropathy

THIS SITE DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. The site contents are for informational purposes only and are not meant as a substitute for professional medical advice. Seek the advice of your personal physician with questions regarding your medical condition and do not disregard medical advice based upon anything read on this site or any of its links.