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The Spinal Cord and

Reflexes
The Nerves that are connected and control
different body parts are:
C1-C2: These nerves control the Head, Face, Upper Neck, Inner and Outer Ear,
Sympathetic Nervous System, Sinuses, Eyes, and the Audio Nerves.

C3-C7: These nerves control the Neck, Shoulders, Thyroid, Tonsils, Teeth, and
the Vocal Cords.

T1-T12: These nerves control the Arms, Hands, Heart, Coronary Arteries,
Esophagus, Trachea, Lungs, Bronchial Tubes, Gallbladder, Liver, Stomach, Pancreas,
Spleen, Kidneys, Adrenal Glands, and the Small Intestine.

L1-L5: These nerves control the Large Intestine, Appendix, Abdomen, Bladder,
Reproductive Organs, Lower Back, Lower Extremities, Ankle, and the Feet.

Sacrum & Coccyx: Hip Bones, Tail Bone, Buttocks, Rectum, and the
Anus.
T he Spinal Cord is
the connection point where the nerves can go from a body
part to the brain and transmit pain or pleasure, and then
get a reaction from the body part. This is also a called a
Reflex. A reflex is an action that is caused by Stimulus to
the Automatic Neuromuscular System.