In the search for a technique to assess spinal cord perfusion, the Intra-Voxel Incoherent Motion technique, previously implemented at 7T, was adapted to 3T. B-values were optimized based on phantom acquisitions. The final protocol was applied within 11 healthy volunteers and 2 Degenerative Cervical Myelopathy patients. The technique demonstrated sensitivity to perfusion in healthy volunteers and to capillary network orientations, with a clear depiction of the gray matter perfusion and inter-slice reproducibility. No significant difference could be shown between healthy volunteers and patients given the small sample size but more patients will be included in the near future.