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The skeleton is a dynamic part of the human body that is essentially remarkable. Giving muscular contact between the upper and lower furthest ends, the spine enhances mobility in each of the three planes, and also strengths as a strong protector of the vulnerable spinal cord. The lumbar locale of the spine is clearly convincing to various scientists and clinicians on the grounds that low back pain is an significant health and financial problem at present times. Spine biomechanics consists of a bended heap of 33 vertebrae, and is essentially divided into five regions. There are 7 cervical vertebrae, 12 thoracic vertebrae, 5 lumbar vertebrae, 5 sacral vertebrae intertwined and 4 small, melted coccygeal vertebrae, continuing from better than subpar. There could be one additional or one less vertebra, particularly in the lumbar.    

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