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Splenius Capitis

Laterally flex head & rotate face to side; bilaterally extend
head

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Splenius Cervicis

Laterally flex & rotate neck; bilaterally extend neck

3

Iliocostalis Lumborum

Extension, lateral flexion, rotation of L spine; lateral movement of pelvis

4

Iliocostalis Thoracis

Extension, lateral flexion T spine

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Iliocostalis Cervicis

Extension, lateral flexion, rotation lower C spine

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Longissimus Thoracis

Lateral flexion T spine & ribs (L spine inadvertenly); bilaterally act in extension of T & L spine, hold T & L spine erect (increases L lordosis); lateral movement of pelvis

7

Longissimus Capitis

rotate & laterally flex head; bilaterally extend head

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Spinalis Thoracis

extend T spine

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Spinalis Cervicis

lateral flexion & rotation of C spine; bilaterally extend neck

10

Spinalis Capitis

lateral flexion & rotation of head; bilaterally extend head

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Semispinalis Thoracis

Extension, rotation, & lateral flexion of upper T & lower C spine; bilaterally extend T spine

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Semispinalis Cervicis

Extension, rotation, & lateral flexion of C spine; bilaterally extend neck

13

Semispinalis Capitis

turns face to side; bilaterally extends head (neck inadvertently)

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Rectus Capitis Posterior Major

turns face to side; bilaterally extends head

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Rectus Capitis Posterior Minor

Extends Minor

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Obliquus Capitis Superior

Lateral flexion of head; bilaterally extends head

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Obliquus Capitis Inferior

turns face to side

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Quadratus Lumborum

steadies origin of diaphragm; when pelvis is fixed, it will laterally flex the L spine; bilaterally extends the L spine; stabilizes & depresses the 12th rib

19

Serratus Posterior Superior

Elevate upper 5 ribs in inspiration

20

Longus Colli

Flexion & extension of neck; rotation to the contralateral side

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Longus Capitis
Rectus Capitis Anterior

Flex the head

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Rectus Capitis Lateralis

Laterally flex the head to ipsilateral side