At Marina del Rey Hospital, our surgeons are expertly trained in different types of procedures on the head and neck to ensure the health and speedy recovery of our patients.
The skull provides a protective cavity for the brain. It is extremely thick and durable. The skull is made up of these two parts, the cranium, and the mandible. The neck is a part of the body supported by vertebrae any many muscles, which is filled with blood vessels and nerves.
Both of these body parts are extremely important and if the patients suffer from any type of damage or disease that affects one of these parts, they must take every necessary precaution in order to ensure that they remain healthy.
Because it is such a durable bone, it is not an easy task to severely injure or even break it. With this in mind, there are safety measures that every person should take in order to ensure that they keep their body healthy:
The neck is a very sensitive part of the body. It houses many blood vessels, nerves, and important parts, that if injured they could have devastating consequences on someone’s health such as constant pain, paralysis or even death. Because of this, people should take every precaution possible in order to ensure the health and safety or their neck:
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