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    Cervical SpineWhere is the Cervical Spine?If you ever wondered where is the cervical spine, this article will help with learning more about the cervical spine, its location, and complications, pain, and treatment. The neck area of the spine is kno...

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  • Spine Problem- Symptoms, Types, Purpose, Diagnostic Procedures, and Treatment

    Spine Problem- Symptoms, Types, Purpose, Diagnostic Procedures, and TreatmentSpine Problems: What is the Spine?In order to properly delve into the various spine problems, it's important to know more about the spine.The spine, or otherwise known as...

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Lumbar

Lumbar Spine What is the lumbar spine? The lower part of the back, also called the lumbar spine, is made up of five bones called vertebrae which are given the labels L1 through L5. The lumbar spine is located between the chest, or thoracic area, and the lowest portion of the spinal column, known as the sacrum. Lumbar is a word that was t...

Sacrococcygeal

Sacrococcygeal: DefinitionWhat are the sacral vertebrae?The sacral vertebrae are located near the very bottom of the spinal column. They are located between the lumbar spine and the tailbone, which is also called the coccyx.The sacrum is shaped like a triangle. Its sacral vertebrae are fused together into one solid bone.The first three sacral ve...

Spine

The Spinal Column About the Typical Vertebra The typical human spinal column consists of 33 vertebrae, most of which are connected by joints. Your spine also has nine vertebrae in the sacrum and the coccyx or tailbone that are fused together. The spine or the vertebral column is located in the back of the trunk or the torso. ...

The Thoracic Spine

The Thoracic SpineWhat is the thoracic spine?The thoracic spine is located in the upper to the middle area of the back. It connects with the cervical vertebrae, extending down to approximately five inches below the bottom of the shoulder blades in an adult, where it then connects to the vertebrae of the lower spine.The thoracic spine consists up...
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