Back Hip and Groin pain

              What do these areas have in common: The Psoas muscle. Our Psoas muscle compresses over our low spine discs and nerves that service the hip back and groin areas of our body The common denominator for pain in these areas is the Psoas muscle. So why are we...

Why does your back ache more after sitting?

Sitting posture starts from when we are babies and continues throughout our adult life. Most of our waking hours are spent sitting. When we sit our powerful Psoas muscles compress over our spine and start a process of distortion and damage onto the lower spine...

Sitting Posture and the Psoas muscle

From the moment we are born we are constantly sitting. As a young child we learn to sit before we learn to stand. When we go to school we spend most of our time sitting in the classroom or studying at a desk with a computer or notebook. As we get older, we go off to...

Chronic Back pain and the Psoas muscle

How does chronic low back pain become chronic? this is a bit like asking why do we just keep changing the tyre on our car that continues to wear out instead of looking at the Alignment in the car in the very beginning. Why are we treating low back pain where the pain...

Sitting Back pain and the Psoas muscle

Have you wondered about Why the latest push for stand – up desks is gaining in support and popularity? well it is because when we are sitting our Psoas muscles are under huge compression and shearing forces particularly over our low lumbar spine. This force over...

Experiencing Urine Leakage ?

Why having a flexible Psoas muscle can help Incontinence Are you experiencing urine leakage or urgency or maybe avoiding certain activities (like exercise) or even socialising perhaps getting up several times a night to visit the bathroom. This can be a disabling...