What Injuries Can People Have of the Cervical Spine?
Do you know what the cervical spine is? Learn about this important part of the neck, including common injuries and problems.
How Aging Affects Your Cervical Spine
The aging process can affect your cervical spine, and the wear and tear we put our spines through can lead to degenerative spinal conditions.
7 top tips for reporting cervical spine CT
To help eliminate mistakes by radiology trainees reporting out-of-hours cervical spine trauma CT scans, it's crucial to bear in mind seven key learning points, U.K. researchers reported at the 2016 congress of the European Society of Musculoskeletal Radiology.
What will life be like after cervical spine surgery?
Dr. Howard Cotler explains what life will be like for patients after cervical spine surgery. For more information or to schedule a consultation call 713-523-...
The Amazing Brain: Motor Neurons of the Cervical Spine
Today, you may have opened a jar, done an upper body workout, played a guitar or a piano, texted a friend, or maybe even jotted down a grocery list longhand. All of these “skilled” arm, wrist, and …
MyoTool Video 13 Cervical Spine Research
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How to Keep Your Cervical Spine Safe for Your Entire Career : Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Cervical Vertigo: Find out how poor neck posture can mess up your cervical spine
Cervical vertigo is a neck related disorder or condition which most often is caused by a head injury or misalignment of the neck and head regions. Ap...
Herniated disks are most common in the neck (cervical spine) and low back (lumbar spine). In the low back, disks may become damaged by excessive wear and tear or an injury. Click here for more information on Herniated Disks
How to Exercise the Occipitals
The occipital muscles are at the top of the cervical spine, just below the occipital ridge of the skull. To find the occipital ridge, run your fingers up the length of your neck to where your neck meets your skull. There you'll find the circular ridge called the occipital ridge. The occipitals are made up of ...
Why Doctors Interrupt
A few weeks ago I called a neurosurgeon to discuss a patient’s recent headaches. My patient had been seen in the emergency room several days prior with the worst headache of his life. A complete work-up had not revealed a cause for the headache. Although he was found to have a small aneurysm on CT angiogram, there was no evidence of bleeding by lumbar puncture. The story, however, was slightly more complex than this. There had been several other findings that remained unexplained…