Trapezius muscle

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Note 299 – The occipital bone

Yesterday in note 298 I blogged about the trapezius muscle which runs from the occipital bone (in the back of the head) and down the spine. According to Wikipedia, the occipital bone is “a saucer-shaped membrane bone situated at the back and lower part of the cranium, is trapezoidal in shape and curved on itself”.  It apparently communicates … Continue reading

Note 298 – The Trapezius Muscle

I thought it was about time that I understood what muscles are causing the frequent pain I am experiencing in my head, neck and back. The doctor has told me today that it is a fan-shaped muscle started at the back of the head, so I decided to do some research. Wikipedia explain that the … Continue reading

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