I am studying the effects of visual stimuli on postural orientation. I am measuring the EMG of neck, hip and shank. I see very low amplitude EMG signals in response to the stimulus. The amplitude of the EMG is so low that it cannot be differentiated from noise even after filtering. Please suggest how I could improve this.

Thank you all,


Kalpana Dokka
Ph.D Student - Department of Bioengineering
Research Assistant - Department of Computer Science
University of Illinois at Chicago

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