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Explore the Spine and Its Effects

Apr 02, 2014 - 5 comments

Our spines are direct extensions of our brain, which it uses to control the various functions and movements of our body. The brain sends electric impulses, much like a computer gives instructions to a printer or a screen, only billions of time more complex.
Take a moment to explore this virtual and interactive spine by moving your mouse over the different vertebrae and receive an explanation of which part of the spine affects different parts of the body. Certain symptoms that you have may also be connected to a spine problems, and its worth checking out.


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by selmaS, Apr 02, 2014
Thanks for posting this , I know many in the Chiari forum will find this helpful, with ur permission I will repost.

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by gymdandee, Apr 04, 2014
Be my guest!

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by selmaS, Apr 08, 2014
Thanks : )

May I copy and paste ur intro as well as it is well worded

Our spines are direct extensions of our brain, which it uses to control the various functions and movements of our body. The brain sends electric impulses, much like a computer gives instructions to a printer or a screen, only billions of time more complex.
Take a moment to explore this virtual and interactive spine by moving your mouse over the different vertebrae and receive an explanation of which part of the spine affects different parts of the body. Certain symptoms that you have may also be connected to a spine problems, and its worth checking out.

I also will be  posting in the Spinal Cord C/D forum.

I really appreciate this.

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by gymdandee, Apr 09, 2014
Go right ahead! You can pass it along and post it anywhere you like!

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by selmaS, Apr 09, 2014
Thanks so much

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