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Anatomy of the cervical spine

Anatomy of the Cervical Spine

Pain and numbness going down the arm or leg or the feeling of a loss of grip can be the result of injury, disease, or degeneration in the cervical spine. If you are suffering from pain and discomfort it can be helpful to understand the anatomy of the cervical spine.

The following is an excerpt from a Spine-Health.com article that explains the anatomy of the cervical spine:

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