Mobility of spine protecting neck and back



Mobility of spine protecting neck and back






All the movement happening in the human body requires spinal movement.

The Spine in a human body is composed of 7 cervical spine, 12 thoracic spine, and lumbar.


All the movement happening in human body requires the spinal movement.





Regular working range is necessary in each spine to avoid injury.


For example, when the head moves from side to side, 7 cervical makes regular movement and as well as lumbar.



Regular working range is necessary in each spine to avoid injury.

For example, when the head moves from side to side, 7 cervical makes regular movement and as well as lumbar.
The spine nearby, has to work in the range but if it doesn’t, it will cause an injury.







Thoracic spine is the key point to protect neck and back injury

Thoracic spine assists the movement of cervical spine and lumbar in the middle and it is the important part that protects movement for neck and back. 

Exercise and stretching for T-spine mobility







Stretching using Foam roller
Lie down and put the foam roller under your thoracic spine.
Gently roll up and down the length of your thoracic spine over a foam roller. Support your head while gently driving your chin downward.



Flexible movement and working range of thoracic spine are directly connected to the shoulder's condition.



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