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Thoracic 9 Vertebra

Physical Issues  Thoracic 9 or TH9 greatly resembles the vertebrae of TH2-TH8 in that it’s ventral body is the shape of a heart.  It does have other defining features that set it apart from the other vertebrae in that it is the lowest positioned and thus the largest. ...

Thoracic 10 Vertebra

Physical Issues This is a complex area to explain in a brief summary, but I will try to be as succinct as possible and therefore may miss out on expanding on explanations. The Vertebrae of TH10 to TH1 are where the rib cage connects to form a stable and protected...

Thoracic 11 Vertebra

Physical Issues The structural aspects of Thoracic 11 or TH11 vertebra has features that distinguishes it from its neighbouring TH12 and one in particular, separate it from all the other vertebrae. The spinous process is short and nearly horizontal in direction.  The...

Thoracic 12 Vertebra

Physical Issues Thoracic 12 or TH12 is the last of the vertebra in the thoracic section sitting superior to Lumbar 1.  As we have gathered from information in the previous units, each vertebra has a specific shape designed to protect the spinal cord from injury.  The...

Lumbar 1

Physical Issues   Lumbar 1 is the smallest and most superior of the Lumbar vertebrae before moving into the Thoracic section of the spine. If you placed your hands under the lowest ribs and slid them round to the back to the spine you would be close to Lumbar 1. ...

Lumbar 2

Physical Issues One of the most significant growth developments of the spine in adults is that as it grows and extends, the spinal cord stays the same.  What this means is that the spinal cord does not extend all the way to the end of the vertebral column but stops at...

Lumbar 3

Physical Issues Lumbar 3 appears to be the area where a lot of lower back pain is felt.  The shape of this vertebra is slightly different from L5, L4 and all superior vertebra (the ones that lie above it).  Due to the substantial weight-bearing role it plays, the body...

Lumbar 4

Physical Issues Lumbar 4 sits above L5 and is one of the last true vertebrae in the spine, i.e. moveable vertebra.  L4 like L5 is large and bares most of our body weight as well as the vertical compression of the spine. Having a degree of flexibility as well as weight...

Lumbar 5

Physical issues Above the Sacrum sits Lumbar 5 (L5) which is the largest and most inferior of all the vertebrae.  Inferior meaning it is the last vertebrae at the base of the spine above the sacrum.  It holds an incredible amount of weight which means it is the...

The Sacrum

The Sacrum is a large wedged shaped vertebra at the base or inferior point of the spine to which the Coccyx is attached.  The superior end or top is attached to the fifth vertebra by cartilage and ligaments.  The Sacrum is a very strong bone as it supports the upper...

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I now feel like a new person after being in pain for over 8 years. 
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