apart from/beside the muscles of head and neck

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cigogne

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Persian
Hi,

Is "apart from" the proper word in my sentence below? Can I use "beside" or "in addition to". If yes, which one sounds better?

"Proprioceptive exercises cause responses in neuromuscular activities through deep receptors, and since apart from the muscles of head and neck, the movements of the eyes are involved in the exercises used in this study, modification of the adaptive responses of these muscles leads to a reduction in deltoid and serratus anterior muscle fatigue."

Thanks!
 
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