The large, complex muscles of the neck and back move the head, shoulders, and vertebral column.

The large, complex muscles of the neck & back move the head, shoulders, & vertebral column

Causative Factors of Malocclusion, Hindsight into what factors caused me to need orthodontics in the first place. | ClaimingPower They say nasal breathing is the single most important thing for the child’s health.

Speed Anatomy - How fast can you point to your liver, gall bladder, or incisor? Do you know the difference between the auricle and the utricle? Speed Anatomy is a fun and addictive game that tests your anatomical knowledge and recall.

Muscles of the Head Laminated Anatomy Chart

Muscles of the Head Laminated Anatomy Chart

Gray, Henry. 1918. Anatomy of the Human Body - amazing descriptions and illustrations

Ever wonder what causes that headache behind your eye? It's trigger points in this muscle - sternocleidomastoid. Massage helps release those points and eases the pain!

Trigger Points (the X's) in the front of the neck (SCM Muscle) that can contribute to headaches and other pain (the blue areas).

Sternocleidomastoid (SCM) - trigger points and referred pain patterns massage therapy can help identify them and aid you to get rid of them.

depressor labii inferioris and triangularis

Modeling a NURBS head (General Concept Tutorial) - Page 1 - Free Nurbs Modeling Tutorials for Maya

So many muscles that cause migraines, arm, neck, shoulders, and back pain. Call me for an appt. Human Anatomy - Muscles back of the head and the neck.

Common association to headaches, muscle tension in neck and shoulders. I use a lot of trigger point release at the insertion and attachment points and stripping of the muscle to lengthen.

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The Superficial Back Line (SBL) connects and protects the entire posterior surface of the body like a carapace from the bottom of the foot to the top of the head in two pieces - toes to knees, and knees to brow. When the knees are extended, as in standing, the SBL functions as one continuous line of integrated fascia.

Great visual on how connected we are from head to toe! The Superficial Back Line (SBL) connects and protects the entire posterior surface of the body like a carapace from the bottom of the foot to the top of the head in two pieces - toes to knees, and kne

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