The neck’s portion of the spine is called the cervical spine. It is a group of joints that make it possible for us to turn our head, and therefore our eyes and ears independently of our body. We typically only realize how important that is, when it isn’t working normally.
On his eOrthopod YouTube channel orthopaedic surgeon, Randale C. Sechrest, MD narrates a nice animated tutorial on the anatomy of the cervical spine:
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