Latin: Musculi interspinales
English: interspinal muscles
Synergists: Musculus erector spinae
Antagonists: Musculus rectus abdominis
The interspinal muscles are short, paired muscles of the back.
They belong to the medial tract of the musculus erector spinae (spinal extensor)
Approach: Spine progressions of the spine
Origin: spinous processes of the spine
Innervation: Rami dorsales of the spinal nerves
The intervertebral sinus muscles stabilize the spine and erect the spine as part of the eretor spinae muscle.