Why does your Back Ache more after Sitting?

Why does your Back Ache more after Sitting?

This 3-year study into back pain across the globe published in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet reports that our current treatments for back pain are lacking in evidence of effectiveness. See article below


This research paper [below] shows how the Psoas Major Muscle exerts huge compression and sheer forces on our low spine resulting in crumpling and severely shearing the lumbar spine.


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 particularly. These forces are constantly affecting our spine and eventually they start a process of tilting our pelvis and damaging the discs and nerves in that area. This leads to Back pain, because our back is the spine.

Watch our video to see how our Psoas Muscles work. SEE link below

3D video

So to reverse these compression forces is crucial to resolving back pain.

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The nerves that exit our spine also go through the Psoas muscles and become our peripheral nerves that service our lower leg back and pelvis.

Treating where pain is felt is like changing the tyre on a car with bad alignment.

The Soaz method has been proven to be able to reverse these compression forces and resolve pain

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