Tight Psoas Muscles: 9 Central Questions and Answers

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

REF: "The Psoas Muscles, Psoas Muscle Stretches, Abdominal Exercises, and Back Pain"

This page provides links to answers to specific questions about tight psoas muscles and their effects, found in the article, "The Psoas Muscles, Psoas Muscle Stretches, Abdominal Exercises and Back Pain".

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  1. How do tight psoas muscles cause a painful groin pull and what can you do to free them?

  2. How do postural changes from tight psoas muscles cause back pain?

  3. How do tight psoas muscles cause digestive problems and constipation?

  4. How do the tight psoas muscles affect walking gait?

  5. How does poor foot function cause psoas muscles to get tight?

  6. How does excessive sitting and insufficient movement cause psoas muscles to get and stay tight?


  7. What are signs of healthy psoas muscle functioning?

  8. How do abdominal strengthening and psoas stretching exercises affect the psoas muscles?

  9. What practical action can people take to eliminate psoas muscle pain (i.e., improve psoas muscle functioning)?

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