Vertebral Column: Behavior & Development

With a 3D model, Dr. Georgiy Brosuvanik, Spine Surgeon with Baptist Health South Florida, explains what the anatomy of cervical spine looks like.

The doctor also gives an explanation about when patients have symptoms in the extremities. He says it’s easy to trace the pain back to which the disk is the problem and, then, to confirm it with an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging).

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