As an electrodiagnostic medicine specialist, Tracy Park, MD, evaluates nerve and muscle function. Dr. Park has special interest using electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction velocity (NCV) testing to diagnose entrapment neuropathies of the foot, such as tarsal tunnel syndrome, Baxter's neuropathy, anterior tarsal tunnel syndrome, medial or lateral plantar neuropathy, and medial calcaneal neuropathy. He also has extensive experience with neuropathies of the hand and upper extremity, as well as generalized neuropathies. Much of his career has been focused on developing ways to decrease the discomfort caused by EMG testing.
Dr. Park was certified by the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine in 1991, and has been an invited oral examiner for their national exam since 1995. His experience includes having served as the director of the Medical College of Wisconsin EMG lab for nine years, running the EMG teaching program, and publishing 20 articles and 40 abstracts. As a fellow of the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine, he has served on three national committees, and has been an annually invited speaker at their yearly national conference since 1994.
Wright State University School of Medicine (Degree earned: MD)
Northwestern University O & P Center - Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation - American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehab
EMG - Zablocki VA Medical Center