The psoas muscle.
- If you've ever had back pain,
- if (as a therapist) you've ever treated anyone with back pain,
- if you've ever had that little "ooh, maybe I've been sitting too long" thought as you attempted to raise up from a seated position,
- if you've ever been in the marching band or used a stair-climber at the gym...
Well, the other day I happened to run across the most complete set of information on the psoas muscle I've ever found in one single place! Information, pictures, videos, the whole enchilada. It was so cool I thought I'd tell you about it. Check it out here:
By the way, the reason I ran across this gem of a page is I've posted a few things on the same website. If you happen to be interested in ...
- The underlying "cause" behind your favorite symptom ... then check out the Intuitive Brainstorming page.
- How to get extra value out of your next "break" from work (complete with tips to help sell your boss on your great vacation plans) ... then check out the Travel Insights page.
- How to look at stress as a source of personal empowerment instead of endlessly "managing" it ... then check out the Resolve Stress page.
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