Vertebral Column Anatomy




Nerves leave the brain; they go through the spine out into the extremities. Then, when bones and discs in the cervical spine are changed, deformed or injured, this results in pain in the shoulder, in the arm, upper extremity, even jaw, describes Dr. Georgiy Brosuvanik, Spine Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida.

The specialist also explains with a graphic the anatomy of the vertebral column.

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