Motor nerves are comprised of neurons originating in the spinal cord. These motor neurons originate in the spinal cord and travel throughout the body’s innervate muscles. Motor neurons are efferent nerves forwarding sensory information from the brain to the spinal cord and body. Efferent nerves function to innervate muscles – allowing muscle function.
Motor neurons are the basic building blocks facilitating movement of the body. Without motor neurons, our body could not contract muscles and function. Motor neurons are responsible for both voluntary and involuntary body movements.
- Catching a ball
Motor Nerves – Neurons – Disease
Motor neuron diseases cause damage to the nerves innervating muscles and organs.
- Lou Gehrig’s Disease
- Spinal Muscle Atrophy
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Herniated Discs
- Diabetic Neuropathy
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Spinal Cord Injuries
Multidisciplinary Therapeutic Treatment for Motor Nerve Pain
The Multidisciplinary Team at Spine and Sports Medicine will design a treatment plan specifically tailored to alleviate motor nerve pain and increase your quality of life. The painful and debilitating symptoms of motor nerve pain can be relieved through:
At Spine and Sports Medicine, effective treatment of motor nerve pain can be achieved through a Multidisciplinary Therapeutic Team Approach.
- Manual – hands on – Therapy
- Therapeutic Exercises
- High Tech Exercises
- High Touch Exercises
- Weight Resistance Exercises
- Postural Corrections
- Tailored Home Exercise Program
Gold Standard Pain Management
Other highly effective pain management treatment methods at Spine and Sports Medicine include:
- Medical Massage
Medical Insurance Coverage for Motor Nerve Pain Therapeutic Treatment
At Spine and Sports Medicine, there is no requirement for you to obtain an outside primary physician referral to have the cost of your motor nerve pain treatment covered by your insurance plan. Most insurance plans cover the cost of treating the painful and debilitating symptoms stemming from a motor nerve condition. Our insurance experts will help you to determine your coverage and assist in processing your claims.
Multidisciplinary Therapeutic Treatment in One Convenient Location
Discover effective motor nerve pain relief provided by a multidisciplinary therapeutic practice in one convenient Midtown Manhattan location – at Madison Avenue and 40th Street.
Reach out to the multidisciplinary team of pain management experts at Spine and Sports Medicine by clicking below – or – call 212.986.3888.