Neck Muscles Anatomy – Anterior Triangle – Part 2

Neck Muscles Anatomy – Anterior Triangle – Part 2

So now I’m going to talk about the infrahyoid muscles. They’ve got the opposite action to the suprahyoid muscles. They depress the hyoid bone. So again, there are four muscles in the infrahyoid group. The infrahyoid group of muscles are referred to as strap muscles because they look like straps. There are four muscles in […]

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Ice and stretch your muscles

Ice and stretch your muscles

A new year means new fitness goals. But if you’re training all day and working out too, your body might need some TLC in the form of ice, heat, and stretching. The reason why you want to utilize ice is a lot of times when you’re out there running and performing while in your service, […]

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Extrinsic muscles of the back – Anatomy Tutorial

Extrinsic muscles of the back – Anatomy Tutorial

Okay so this is a tutorial on the extrinsic muscles of the back. The extrinsic muscles of the back are those muscles which are superficial and are responsible for movements at the shoulder and upper limb. These are different to the intrinsic muscles of the back which are deep, and which are responsible for controlling […]

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Muscles of the Larynx – Part 1 – 3D Anatomy Tutorial

Muscles of the Larynx – Part 1 – 3D Anatomy Tutorial

The first muscle I’m going to talk about is the cricothyroid muscle. The cricoid has two muscles which are attached to it. The first of which is the cricothyroid and we’ve also got the cricoarytenoid muscle, which I’ll come onto next. We’re looking anteriorly at the larynx. You can see these muscles attaching to the […]

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How exercise will help your Parkinson’s

How exercise will help your Parkinson’s

Exercise, exercise, exercise! Do exercise, some type of exercise It makes me feel better I find that every time I do it Doing this has given me purpose and structure I do exercise every day and I do it as often as I’m not doing something else I’m not a person that’s pumped iron or […]

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Muscles of the Larynx – Part 2 – 3D Anatomy Tutorial

Muscles of the Larynx – Part 2 – 3D Anatomy Tutorial

So we’ve looked at muscles which attach to the cricoid to the thyroid and produced downward and forward movement which helps to tighten the vocal cords and produce higher pitched sounds. And then we looked at the posterior and lateral cricoarytenoid muscles which attach to the cricoid to the arytenoid cartilages. And now we’re going […]

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