want all the specifics, then your neurologist <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>can</span>
a more detailed or thorough explanation than what I know. However, if memory serves me correctly, that is the purpose of gettin
g an EMG done.
The neurologist also performed an EEG (everythin
g was done at the office, except the MRI, in
case you are worried about how much all this will cost you...). The EEG measures electrical activity of the brain
, both at rest and under stimulation.