Pictured above is the levator scapulae. The levator scapulae is a very influential muscle on proper neck posture. Click Here for SMR technique instructions.
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The muscles are layered, showing how some of the muscles are covered by others. All of the muscles are see-through so that you can appreciate the location and size of each muscle relative to the others.
Individual upper back & neck muscles you might be interested in: (any inactive links will be live soon)
Muscles that attach to the head (mastoid or other skull bone) and the neck (cervical vertebrae) and/or head & torso (thoracic vertebrae and/or ribs)
Muscles that attach to the neck (cervical vertebrae) and another area of the spine (cervical or thoracic vertebrae) and/or ribs
Muscles that attach to the head or neck & the shoulder blade (scapula)
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