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 is felt. Because musculoskeletal therapists are trained to do that. We have been educated in treating pain where the pain is felt. But this is not working.
The evidence that it is not working is the increasing number of people worldwide suffering from ongoing low back pain and the increase in the cost of WorkCover payouts for people that never get rid of back pain regardless of all of the conventional and recommended treatment regimes, they are exposed to. These protocols are based solely on focusing on where the back pain is felt without asking the question of why do we have back pain.
The biomechanics of the Psoas muscles strategic placement along the lumbar spine makes it the prime contender to be the structure creating the compression forces over the lumbar spine resulting in damage to the discs, ligaments and nerves in that area.
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This is why the Soaz Method does not treat back pain where it is felt, but rather the sturctures that create the damage in the low spine: the Psoas muscles.
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