“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existence. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery each day.”

- Albert Einstein

We cautiously refer to the videos below as education, and heartily hope they help you in some way. However, understand that much of this information has not been peer reviewed, so please verify these concepts yourself. The following points are a suggestion on how to take your knowledge and skillset to the next level:

  • Attend as many neurodiagnostic conferences as you can. Sit in the front seat and get involved.

  • Read the scientific literature. There are wonderful books and journals in our field.

  • Read books on electronics, physics, anatomy, neuroanatomy, etc. If a subject is daunting to you, find a beginning text and you will soon find it starting to click!


Videos relating to our products

The reason for designing Near Field Needles. It is dramatic how quickly the EMG fields attenuate with distance from the source.


This is why we made a 30 degree angle option. It’s pretty remarkable how much less the 30 degree penetrates tissue when the hub is pushed!


This is why we use conical tips - wound Cavity perspective


This is why we use conical tips - bleeding perspective


Videos NOT related to our products. Hope these are helpful!

Directional electromagnetic fields


Skin capacitance. It’s pretty amazing stuff, right?


Our equipment signal ground (our amplifier ground position)


Someone had asked about harmonics. This was a fun demo to make.