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Spine Gallery

The spine is one of the most important parts of the human body, and is a complex structure that provides support and stability for our bodies

Choose from 5,146 items in our Spine Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Spine Gallery: Chakras and Nervous System
Chakras and Nervous System
Spine Gallery: Diagram of the human brain and spinal column
Diagram of the human brain and spinal column
Spine Gallery: Stone therapy
Stone therapy
Spine Gallery: Full body scan, MRI scan
Full body scan, MRI scan
Spine Gallery: A Green Tree Python in Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia
A Green Tree Python in Cairns, Far North Queensland, Australia
Spine Gallery: Calots spinal surgery, 19th century
Calots spinal surgery, 19th century
Spine Gallery: Colour MRI scan of abdomen showing kidneys & liver
Colour MRI scan of abdomen showing kidneys & liver
Spine Gallery: Neck vertebrae extended, X-ray
Neck vertebrae extended, X-ray
Spine Gallery: Body pain, artwork
Body pain, artwork
Spine Gallery: Upper body skeleton, computer artwork
Upper body skeleton, computer artwork
Spine Gallery: Coloured X-ray of lumbar vertebrae of the spine
Coloured X-ray of lumbar vertebrae of the spine
Spine Gallery: Normal neck, X-ray
Normal neck, X-ray
Spine Gallery: Diagram of the human spine, side view
Diagram of the human spine, side view
Spine Gallery: Normal childs head, X-ray
Normal childs head, X-ray
Spine Gallery: Prickly pear cactus flowers
Prickly pear cactus flowers
Spine Gallery: Lower back pain, conceptual artwork
Lower back pain, conceptual artwork
Spine Gallery: Upper back pain, conceptual artwork
Upper back pain, conceptual artwork
Spine Gallery: Different types of colorful sea urchins and their spines
Different types of colorful sea urchins and their spines
Spine Gallery: 3D rendering of an Ankylosaurus dinosaur skeleton
3D rendering of an Ankylosaurus dinosaur skeleton
Spine Gallery: Spine with workers, spine repair F007 / 9907
Spine with workers, spine repair F007 / 9907
Spine Gallery: Nervous System 18th C
Nervous System 18th C
Spine Gallery: Internal anatomy
Internal anatomy
Spine Gallery: Coastal agave (Agave shawii) leaves. Near Bahia de Los Angeles, Baja California, Mexico
Coastal agave (Agave shawii) leaves. Near Bahia de Los Angeles, Baja California, Mexico
Spine Gallery: Short-beaked echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus). Francois Peron National Park, Shark Bay
Short-beaked echidna (Tachyglossus aculeatus). Francois Peron National Park, Shark Bay
Spine Gallery: Digital illustration of human nervous system connected to spinal cord and brain
Digital illustration of human nervous system connected to spinal cord and brain
Spine Gallery: Human arm musculature, artwork F007 / 1810
Human arm musculature, artwork F007 / 1810
Spine Gallery: Woman stretching
Woman stretching
Spine Gallery: Spiny spider, SEM
Spiny spider, SEM
Spine Gallery: Childs brain, MRI scan
Childs brain, MRI scan
Spine Gallery: Conceptual image of human skull and spinal cord
Conceptual image of human skull and spinal cord
Spine Gallery: Dog skeleton, artwork F006 / 2267
Dog skeleton, artwork F006 / 2267
Spine Gallery: Turtle
Turtle
Spine Gallery: Jardin de Cactus near Guatiza, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain, Europe
Jardin de Cactus near Guatiza, Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain, Europe
Spine Gallery: Treating the Spine (3)
Treating the Spine (3)
Spine Gallery: Treating the Spine (1)
Treating the Spine (1)
Spine Gallery: USA, Arizona, Tucson Mountain Park. Backlit cholla cactus in Sonoran Desert. Credit as
USA, Arizona, Tucson Mountain Park. Backlit cholla cactus in Sonoran Desert. Credit as
Spine Gallery: Red Lionfish flares its deadly spines
Red Lionfish flares its deadly spines
Spine Gallery: The science of human anatomy by Bartholomeo Eustachi
The science of human anatomy by Bartholomeo Eustachi
Spine Gallery: Brain
Brain
Spine Gallery: Neck, side view, coloured X-ray
Neck, side view, coloured X-ray
Spine Gallery: Acupuncture on womans back, artwork
Acupuncture on womans back, artwork
Spine Gallery: Slipped disc
Slipped disc
Spine Gallery: Neck pain, conceptual artwork
Neck pain, conceptual artwork
Spine Gallery: Normal torso, MRI scan
Normal torso, MRI scan
Spine Gallery: Slipped intervertebral disc, artwork
Slipped intervertebral disc, artwork
Spine Gallery: 3D rendering of a Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton
3D rendering of a Tyrannosaurus Rex dinosaur skeleton
Spine Gallery: Inflamed spinal discs, MRI scan
Inflamed spinal discs, MRI scan


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The spine is one of the most important parts of the human body, and is a complex structure that provides support and stability for our bodies, as well as protection for our spinal cord and nerves. The spine is made up of 33 bones known as vertebrae, which are stacked on top of each other to form a column. This column runs from the base of your skull to your pelvis, providing support for your entire body. The spine has several important functions. It supports the weight of our head and torso, allowing us to stand upright and move around with ease. It also protects our spinal cord from injury by providing a cushion between it and any external forces that may impact it. Additionally, it allows us to bend forward or twist side-to-side at the waist by enabling movement in all directions at various points along its length. The vertebrae are divided into four main regions: cervical (neck), thoracic (upper back), lumbar (lower back), and sacral (pelvic). Each region contains different numbers of vertebrae depending on its size; for example, there are seven cervical vertebrae while there are only five lumbar vertebrae in an adult human spine. The individual bones within each region have unique shapes that allow them to fit together like puzzle pieces when we move around or bend over; this helps keep our spines stable during movement so we can remain balanced without strain or injury. In addition to these bones, there are several other components that make up the spine including discs between each bone which act as shock absorbers; ligaments connecting them together; muscles surrounding them which provide stability; tendons attaching muscles to bone; and nerves running through them which send signals throughout our bodies allowing us control over movement and sensation in various parts such as hands or feet . Overall, the spine plays an essential role in keeping us upright while also protecting vital organs such as the brain stem from damage due to external forces like falls or car accidents . Without this complex structure working properly , many everyday activities would become difficult if not impossible . Therefore , it is important that we take care of our spines by maintaining good posture , exercising regularly , eating healthy foods , getting enough restful sleep , avoiding smoking , limiting alcohol consumption , etc., so they can continue functioning optimally throughout life .