, sciaticalesis. Report your6 Muscle analysis chart Cervical and lumbar spineSternoclComplete the chart by listing the muscles primarily involved in each movement.ErectorCervical spineFlexionExtensionRectus aLateral flexion rightExternal obRotation rightInternal cLateral flexion leftQuaRotation leftLABOLumbar spineFlexion1.ExtensionLateral flexion rightapterRotation right1Lateral flexion leftRotation left

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, sciatica
lesis. Report your
6 Muscle analysis chart Cervical and lumbar spine
Sternocl
Complete the chart by listing the muscles primarily involved in each movement.
Erector
Cervical spine
Flexion
Extension
Rectus a
Lateral flexion right
External ob
Rotation right
Internal c
Lateral flexion left
Qua
Rotation left
LABO
Lumbar spine
Flexion
1.
Extension
Lateral flexion right
apter
Rotation right
1
Lateral flexion left
Rotation left
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, sciatica lesis. Report your 6 Muscle analysis chart Cervical and lumbar spine Sternocl Complete the chart by listing the muscles primarily involved in each movement. Erector Cervical spine Flexion Extension Rectus a Lateral flexion right External ob Rotation right Internal c Lateral flexion left Qua Rotation left LABO Lumbar spine Flexion 1. Extension Lateral flexion right apter Rotation right 1 Lateral flexion left Rotation left

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Cervical spine (neck region) consists muscles of neck movement. Muscles involved in di...

CERVICAL SPINE
MOVEMENTS
MUSCLES INVOLVED
Anterior scalenes (AS) and
Flexion
sternocleidomastoid
Splenius capitis and Splenius cervicis
Scalenes
Extension
Lateral flexion right
Lateral flexion left
Scalenes
Rotation right
Sternocleidomastoid
Rotation left
Stemocleidomastoid
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CERVICAL SPINE MOVEMENTS MUSCLES INVOLVED Anterior scalenes (AS) and Flexion sternocleidomastoid Splenius capitis and Splenius cervicis Scalenes Extension Lateral flexion right Lateral flexion left Scalenes Rotation right Sternocleidomastoid Rotation left Stemocleidomastoid

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