What does the t1 nerve control?
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Just so, what nerves are affected by t1?
Thoracic Nerves (T1 – T5) Corresponding nerves affect muscles, upper chest, mid-back and abdominal muscles. Arm and hand function is usually normal. Injuries usually affect the trunk and legs(also known as paraplegia).
One may also ask, what does the c8 nerve control? The C8 spinal nerve allows the brain to send motor controls for muscle movements. The C8 nerve helps control the hands, including finger flexion (handgrip) and the forearm.
Herein, what does t2 nerve control?
T2. The thoracic spinal nerve 2 moves underneath the T2. The spinal nerve consists of different nerves moving along the spinal column. The nerves control sensory and motor signals from the spinal column to the body, enabling the body react to the movement of the spine.
What does the s1 nerve root control?
Pinched nerve at S1. The S1 nerve root also supplies innervation for the ankle jerk (tap on the achilles tendon and the foot goes down), and a loss of this reflex indicates S1 impingement, although it does not create loss of function.