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Muscle Groups 2

Intermediate layers of the back

Spinalis CervicisSpinalis CapitisSerratus Posterior SuperiorSerratus Posterior InferiorSplenius CervicisSplenius CapitisSemispinalis Capitis
O- Spinous process of T2- C6 O- T5- C7 spinous process and C4- C6 articular process O- Spine of T2- C7 O- Spine of T11- L2 O- Spinous process of T3- T7 O- Spinous process of C7- T3 and ligamentum nuchae O- TPs of C7- T7 and articular process of C4-6
I- Spinous process of C2- C4 I- Occipital bone and nuchal line I- Angle of the 2- 5th rib I- Lower four ribs I- TPs of C1- C3 Mastoid process of tempoaral bone and the adjacent medial occipital bone I- Occipital bone and nuchal line
A- Extends the spine A- Extends the cervical and the head A- Elevates the ribs A- Draws the ribs inferior A- Bilaterally extends the spine, unilaterally causes rotation to the same side and lateral flexion of same side A- Extends the head bilaterally and unilaterally they laterally flex the neck and cause rotation to the same side A- Extends the head and neck and rotates it to the opposite side
Created by: paperpixie