A broken neck, or cervical fracture, is diagnosed when a single or multiple of the seven cervical vertebrae in your neck suffer an injury that results in a fracture, break or crack, in the bone. Trauma to the cervical spine resulting in injury are known to be fairly common, especially among athletes but a broken neck usually leads to further complications and pain. Thereâ€™s various ways of preventing a fracture to your cervical spine.Â
The neck is a very important structure that supports the head, connecting it to the shoulders and the body as well as protecting the spinal nerve roots that connect from the brain to the rest of the body. Avoiding injury is optimal for everyone as a fractured neck can result in serious complications depending on the degree of the injury.Â
Various precautions may be followed in order to prevent a neck fracture. TheÂ key factor for preventing a neck injuryÂ is to warm up before starting physical activity. Starting out your work out routines with a couple of stretches may not always be enough, you may want to include a series of aerobic exercises to release the muscles. For more information, please feel free to ask Dr. Jimenez or contact us at (915) 850-0900.Â
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