Ending Psoas Muscle Pain

©2008 Lawrence Gold
certified practitioner
The Dr. Ida P. Rolf method of Structural Integration
Hanna Somatic Education®

If you have groin pulls, deep back pain, a deep belly ache, groin pain, chronic constipation, or a diagnosis of iliopsoas syndrome, tight psoas, or iliopsoas bursitis, you've probably been directed to therapy that involved massage, psoas stretches, or other manipulation -- and you've recognized the limitation of these approaches.

The reason for these limitations is that the psoas muscle is controlled by postural reflexes that counteract manipulative efforts to modify them. We can change how postural reflexes function by movement training, so they work in a healthy pattern.

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PSOAS/ILIOPSOAS Q&A

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