Cervical Myelopathy Specialists

What Is Cervical Myelopathy Specialists And How Does It Affect You?

What Is Cervical Myelopathy Specialists And How Does It Affect You?

Cervical dysfunction in patients is a kind of myelopathy in which the spinal cord is compressed in the spinal cord (neck). Seven vertebra (C1 to C7), six herniated discs, and eight peripheral nerves make up your cervical spine. The spine travels within the vertebral, which comprises vertebrae in the front, cushioned by intervertebral discs, and facet joints and lamina in the rear. Eight nerve roots grow out from the cervical spine, controlling the functioning of the shoulders, arms, and hands. Complex event Myelopathy of the Cervical Spine Cervical spondylotic myelopathy is a prevalent kind of cervical myelopathy. The term "spondylotic"…
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