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Dr. Richard Piercy: Part 2, Neck and spinal cord

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Postural or vertebral deformities can influence signaling to and from the brain

Horses have quite bendy necks - the neck is far more flexible than the rest of the spine. In a "tunnel" inside the neck vertebrae runs the spinal cord, which transmits all signals between the brain and the muscles. Let Royal Veterinary College neurologist Dr. Richard Piercy run you through the matter - both grey and white.

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