I think this is an informative diagram for when teaching the nervous system. This would be during Living Environment, according to NYS standards, where students learn about all the organ systems of the body. I do not remember learning this much detail about the nervous system, but would encourage my students to do so!
The Spinal Cord and Muscles Working Together The spinal cord is divided into five sections: the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal regions. The level of injury determines the extent of paralysis and/or loss of sensation. No two injuries are alike. The diagram illustrates the connections between the major skeletal muscle groups and each level of the spinal cord. A similar organization exists for the spinal control of the internal organs.