Fellowship in Clinical Electrodiagnosis F-EDX®

Learn how you can expand your experience in electrodiagnostics through an EMG/NCV Fellowship. Explore our Fellowship program for healthcare professionals to see how you can empower your practice for a better quality of care and higher insurance reimbursements.

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About Your EMG/NCV Fellowship in Clinical Electrodiagnosis (F-EDX)

Our EMG/NCV Fellowship program for healthcare professionals blends online and on-site learning together for the convenience of our fellows. Fellows are often able to continue their regular job while also enrolled in our Fellowship program.

The EMG/NCV Fellowship program for healthcare professionals has everything to take a clinician from having little to no experience in the field to becoming a subject matter expert.

This Fellowship program is exclusively for healthcare professionals, including MDs, DOs, Chiros, DPMs, NPs, and PAs. Physical Therapists who want to become Fellows can opt for a specialized PT Fellowship program tailored just for them.

PTs with R-EDX® can further pursue the Fellowship credential, F-EDX, by completing an extra 100 mentored studies. These studies can be tailored to a specific clinical interest, such as Entrapment Neuropathies or Radiculopathies. Thus, their F-EDX will be specialized, reflecting their area of clinical expertise.

Our Fellowship Program in Clinical Electrodiagnosis F-EDX are a Two-Part Process

Part 1

In Part One of our process, the fellow takes the Electrodiagnostic (EMG/NCV) Diplomate Program for professionals. Learn more about the Electrodiagnostic (EMG/NCV) Diplomate Program D-EDX® and get started today!

Part 2

Part Two follows the successful completion of Part One of the Electrodiagnostic (EMG/NCV) Diplomate Program D-EDX® process. The following is required to complete part two of your fellowship:

  • Completion of an additional 100 mentored patient studies.
  • Completion of an additional 4 days of site visits by the mentor. Fellows arrange a schedule for patients (four to six patients) and perform studies as mentors observe and provide feedback.
  • Completion of 25 NMSK exams.
  • Completion of 11 critical appraisals of topics (CATs).
  • Completion of 10 EMG Whiz cases (www.emgwhiz.com).

Credential Attained: F-EDX® (Fellow in Clinical Electrodiagnosis)

  • Get awarded at the annual HODS Symposium.
  • Be able to perform Advanced Level of EMG/NCS/SSEP and Neuro-MSK studies.
  • Be a high caliber expert in the area of Electrodiagnosis.
  • There is no limit in time of completion of the Fellowship program.

EMG/NCV Fellowship (F-EDX) Program FAQ

Who can enroll in the EMG/NCV Fellowship program?

The EMG/NCV Fellowship program is exclusively for healthcare professionals, including MDs, DOs, Chiros, DPMs, NPs, and PAs. Physical Therapists who want to become Fellows can opt for a specialized PT Fellowship program tailored just for them.

Also, this EMG/NCV Fellowship program is available to PTs with R-EDX® who can further pursue the Fellowship credential, F-EDX, by completing an extra 100 mentored studies. These studies can be tailored to a specific clinical interest, such as Entrapment Neuropathies or Radiculopathies. Thus, their F-EDX will be specialized, reflecting their area of clinical expertise.

How long does the EMG/NCV Fellowship program take?

Our Fellowship program is self-paced following the completion of Part One (Electrodiagnostic (EMG/NCV) Diplomate Program D-EDX®). There is no limit in time of completion of the Fellowship program!

Where do I complete the Fellowship program?

Part One of our Fellowship program is partially online and can be completed at home.

It has four live sessions that meet at our labs in Astoria (NY) and Clearwater (FL). These sessions will meet on four 3-day weekends over a twelve-month period.

Part Two is completed at the fellow’s clinic during studies on their own patients.

Can I bill patients for studies during the Fellowship phase?

With the exception of patients with Medicare, you can bill for EMG/NCV studies while in the Fellowship program.

How much is the average reimbursement for a study?

The average bilateral EMG/NCV study will reimburse approximately $350 to $600. These fees are based on In-Network provider services. Out of Network insurance reimbursement can be significantly higher.

What are the advantages of the complete EMG/NCV Fellowship program?

  • Progressive mentorship and development in this specialized area of practice.
  • Continue your regular job while enrolled.
  • Affordable training. Many fellowships require full-time work at a reduced salary (often 50 to 70 percent of the normal wages) for up to two years.
  • Fellows in the EMG/NCV Fellowship program can bill insurance (with the exception of Medicare) for EMG/NCV studies while enrolled. EMG/NCV studies reimburse at a higher rate than other traditional physical therapy services.

Are there any CEUs available?

Part One of our Fellowship program (Electrodiagnostic (EMG/NCV) Diplomate Program D-EDX®) is accredited for 80 Contact Hours for Physical Therapists in 40+ states.

**If you hold a different credential and are interested in contact hours, please contact us directly.

Start Your EMG/NCV Fellowship F-EDX® Today!

Ready to begin your EMG/NCV Fellowship? Reach out to the American Academy of Clinical Electrodiagnosis to learn more about this exciting program.