supraspinalis (muscle)

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su·pra·spi·na·lis (mus·cle)

one of several muscular bands passing between the tips of the spinous processes of the cervical vertebrae.
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Although the calf musculature is activated first to provide postural control during body movements [19], the co-activation of certain "prime postural muscles", such as the neck muscles, the hamstring musculature, the soleus and supraspinalis muscles, occurs in this order [17, 19].