Brain & Spine Neurology

The human spine is a rigid self-supporting structure consisting of 33 bones (vertebrae) connected by ligaments and muscles. It runs from the base of the skull to the pelvis. The vertebra is divided into different regions: Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacrum, and coccyx; each performs its own function. An intervertebral disc separates and cushions each vertebra in the spine. Thirty-one pairs of spinal nerves arise from the spinal cord which transmits signals back and forth between the body and the spinal cord. Damage to Spine could seriously impair the ability of ones control over sensation and movement. A neutral spine or a good posture refers to the "three natural curves which are present in a healthy spine".

  • Brain Injury and Brain Death
  • Brain Complications
  • NeuroImmunology of Brain
  • Head ache and Migraines
  • Neurodegeneration and Aging Disorders
  • Brain Nursing
  • Computational Brain and Nervous system
  • Brain Engineering
  • Animal models in Brain Research
  • Novel Treatment Strategies
  • Brain tumour & Imaging
  • Human Brain and Neural Network
  • Spinal Disorders

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