What is the classification of the spine?
What are the 5 levels of the spinal cord?
What are common spinal injuries?
What are the 4 divisions of the spinal cord?
What is the most common spinal cord injury?
What are the different stages of spinal cord injury?
- Acute injury phase (less than 48 hours after the traumatic event)
- Subacute injury phase (48 hours to 14 days after)
- Intermediate injury phase (14 days to 6 months after)
- Chronic injury phase (6 months after and beyond)
What are the 7 major structures of the spinal cord?
What are the 4 main functions of the spine?
What are the 3 main parts of the spinal cord?
What does C4 C5-C6/C7 control?
Can C5-C6 cause breathing problems?
Can a C5-C6 quadriplegic walk again?
What does C4 and C5 affect?
How serious is a bulging disc C5-C6?
Can you recover from a C6 spinal cord injury?
With all spinal cord injuries, damaged neurons in the central nervous system are unable to regenerate. The good news, however, is that spared neural pathways may offer opportunities for recovery.
What happens if C6 nerve is damaged?
What part of the body does C5 and C6 affect?
Where does C5-C6 cause pain?
What nerves are affected by C6 and C7?
Can C5-C6 cause shoulder pain?
What nerves are affected by C1 and C2?
Cervical nerves C1, C2 and C3 control your forward, backward and side head and neck movements. The C2 nerve provides sensation to the upper area of your head; C3 gives sensation to the side of your face and back of your head.