By far the most common postural dysfunction we see, a forward tipped pelvis is extremely common among office workers, truck drivers and others who spend a large portion of each day sitting. A forward tipped pelvis
The psoas (sō-ŏz) muscle is approximately 16 inches long. It begins at both sides of the thoracic vertebrae of the back, and stretches all the way down to each of the legs, where it makes a final connection with the lesser trochanter. Also referred t
To roll out your Psoas, lie face down on the ground with a ball on some books. Place the ball on the books in your abs above your hip to one side of your belly button. Relax over the ball and lie face down on the ground.
The psoas major and the rectus abdominis muscles have an important relationship inside the body even though they don’t literally work together. Muscles relate to each other in many different ways. Sometimes they work in opposition—for .