Advancing Neuromuscular, Musculoskeletal, & Electrodiagnostic Medicine

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News & Features

Science News: Neurofascin IgG4 Antibodies in CIDP Associate With Disabling Tremor and Poor Response to IVIg
4/18/2014 - CIDP is readily diagnosed by finding a combination of proximal and distal weakness, nerve conduction studies showing acquired demyelination, and albuminocytological dissociation. There are, however, no biomarkers that predict response to therapy reliably.

Web Features Unavailable April 21-25
4/17/2014 - AANEM will be undergoing a software upgrade the week of April 21-25. During this time, certain areas of our website will be inaccessible.

Urological Diagnoses Increased in Muscular Dystrophies
4/9/2014 - A muscular dystrophy study shows urologic dysfunction increases in more advanced stages of the disease and proposes possible associations between the frequency of urologic diagnoses and degree of inactivity, such as urine stasis, and with chronic exposure to medications such as corticosteroids.

Advocacy & Policy


Monitoring and advocating on issues that affect the practice of neuromuscular and electrodiagnostic medicine, ensuring patients receive quality care, and members receive appropriate reimbursement.

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Practice Management

Promoting and educating others about electrodiagnostic medicine can benefit your medical practice, your students, your colleagues, and, ultimately, improve patient care.

Resources to Help Your Practice

Create a marketing plan with the Practice Marketing Toolkit. Use the Coding Toolkit to help navigate the changes to Medicare reimbursement. Use practice guidelines to help assess and treat muscle and nerve disorders.


The AANEM is the only membership organization designed to address the needs of all neuromuscular and electrodiagnostic health care providers by bringing together physicians, researchers, technologists, and collaborators who specialize in these areas of medicine.


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