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Our necks, also called the cervical spine, make up the first region of our spinal column. It is a well-engineered structure of bones, nerves, muscles, ligaments, and tendons. It is delicate while also remarkably strong and flexible. It supports the weight of our head, allows a variety of head and neck movements, protects the spinal cord, and facilitates blood flow to the brain.

Yet with all these crucial roles our necks perform comes the different cervical/neck injuries that prevent them from functioning at their best. These include:

  • Cervical degenerative joint disease
  • Cervical spinal stenosis
  • Cervical whiplash injury
  • Cervical herniated disc
  • Cervical facet arthropathy
  • Cervical radiculopathy
  • Cervical muscle spasm
  • Cervical pinched nerve
  • Cervical bulging disc
  • Cervical nerve root entrapment
  • Cervical torticollis

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