The neck is made up of seven tiny bones called cervical vertebrae (C1-C7).These are protected by spongy vertebral disks present between them and supported by ligaments that hold them together and surround the underlying spinal cord.For more information about Cervical Fracture, click on below tab.
The spine, also called the back bone, is designed to give us stability, smooth movement, as well as providing a corridor of protection for the delicate spinal cord. It is made up of bony segments called vertebrae and fibrous tissue called intervertebral discs.For more information about Cervical Radiculopathy, click on below tab.
Cervical spondylolysis, also called cervical osteoarthritis, refers to the degeneration of cartilage (cushioning spongy discs in between bones) and bone in the neck region usually as a result of aging.For more information about Cervical Spondylosis, click on below tab.
Congenital Torticollis (Twisted Neck)
Torticollis, also called wryneck or twisted neck, is a condition caused by tightened or shortened neck muscles.For more information about Congenital Torticollis (Twisted Neck), click on below tab.
The neck is the most flexible part of the spine and supports the weight of the head. The unique anatomical structure of the cervical vertebrae allows free movement of the head.For more information about Neck Sprain, click on below tab.
The cervical spine comprises of the first 7 vertebrae. It supports the weight of the head and allows its smooth movement.For more information about Neck Pain, click on below tab.