The deep cervical neck flexor muscles consist of: the longus colli, longus capitus, rectus capitus and longus cervicus – they are a group of muscles that are located on the front of the neck and are responsible for maintaining neck stability, nodding movement, and supporting the head.
The deep neck flexor muscles are often referred to as the ‘core’ of the neck, just like how the abdominal muscles are often referred to as the ‘core’ of the lower back. Research supports the im
We really enjoy having students, and love how the Barossa welcomes them into the clinic and helps support them. It is an honour to help shape the future of Health in our State. We asked Nim to introduce himself, and here is the introduction he wanted to share! Hello, my name is Nirmay Rai (but everyone calls me Nim) and I am a final year physiotherapy student at the University of South Australia undertaking my final placement at Barossa Physiotherapy. I was born in Sydney bu