RONALD C. BINGHAM, M.D.
Ronald C. Bingham, M.D. received his medical training at the Louisiana State
University School of Medicine and is board certified in Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation as well as Electrodiagnostic Medicine. He completed a four-year
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital in
Dallas, Texas. He is an active member of the American Association of
Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine (AANEM).
Dr. Bingham specializes in nerve and muscle testing (EMG and nerve conduction studies or EMG/NCS). He is the founder of Bingham Nerve and Muscle and has been in practice since 1989. He evaluates patients in several Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas communities. Dr. Bingham has performed over 100,000 tests, which has given him a unique level of insight and depth of experience. Only a few electromyographers in the country have his level of experience.
Dr. Bingham believes that recovery begins with an accurate diagnosis. This important step, which starts at Bingham Nerve and Muscle, will help your doctor find out what is wrong so that you can receive the right treatment. Although many people believe you must travel to large city hospitals or university settings to find the best healthcare centers, Dr. Bingham believes everyone deserves access to exceptional healthcare, including diagnostic testing. The testing services and commitment to excellence we bring to communities all over the Mid- South rival the best nerve and muscle testing clinics in the country. The prestigious accreditation with exemplary demonstrates his commitment to excellence.
The staff at Bingham Nerve and Muscle have all the necessary training and certificates, but Dr. Bingham believes the most important element of our success is our friendly atmosphere. He believes everyone should be treated like a family member, and many of his patients tell him that our office is the friendliest.
Dr. Bingham has lived in Jackson, Tennessee for over 32 years and loves it more each day. He enjoys learning about new techniques in medicine, mentoring pre- med students, and teaching his technologists. He also enjoys researching and assisting his partners with difficult cases. Additionally, he is a board member for the West Tennessee Hearing and Speech Center. In his spare time, he loves to fly his single engine airplane and has accumulated 8000 hours. He is a private pilot with an instrument rating and has been flying his staff to remote satellite offices for over 30 years. He also enjoys spending time with family, friends, and his new granddaughter.