Spinal breaks are not quite the same as a broken arm or leg. A crack or disengagement of a vertebra can bring about bone sections to squeeze and harm the spinal nerves or spinal string. Most spinal cracks happen from auto collisions, falls, gunfire, or games wounds.

Wounds can run from moderately mellow ligament and muscle strains, to cracks and separations of the hard vertebrae, to crippling spinal line harm. Contingent upon how extreme a damage is, one might encounter torment, trouble strolling, or be notable move arms or legs (loss of motion). Numerous cracks recuperate with traditionalist treatment; however serious breaks might oblige surgery to realign the bones.

Signs and Symptoms

In case of pain or an intense stinging sensation caused by damage to the nerve fibers.
Loss of movement
Loss of sensation, including the ability to feel heat,
cold and touch Loss of bowel or bladder
Exaggerated reflex activities or spasms
Changes in sexual function, sexual sensitivity
Difficulty breathing, coughing or clearing secretions from your lungs

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