- Th3-Th6 spinosus process
- Lig. Supraspinale
- Transverse process tuberclc
- C1-C5 Rr. Dorsal
- Lateral flexion of cervical spine
- Ipsilateral rotation of cervical spine
- Extension of the cervical spine
The muscle is located below the upper part of M. trapezius. It is thin and flat.
- Often involved in “gamnacke”.
- Trigger points in the muscle can cause pain behind the eye
- Dry needling
- Stretch (home stretch and by therapist)
- Cervical traction
- Heating / Cooling