The PSO-AS muscle is widely considered to be the soul of your body. It stimulates our fight-or-flight response, provides support to our digestive organs, has a hand in the quality of your breathing, and a whole lot more.
Common symptoms of a tight PSO-AS muscle include low back pain, gut problems, chronic stress, disrupted breathing, and fertility issues. But on the plus side, there are a ton of ways to attain relief.
The Science Is Controlled Deep Tissue The term "deep tissue" pertains to the deeper soft tissues inside the body, such as muscles and fascia. To get to the deeper tissues, many therapists use stiffer or harsher pressure to attempt...Continue reading
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Why Massaging The Hip Flexor, Especially The Psoas And Iliacus Are So Crucial For Back, Hip, And Emotional Help? The hip flexors are a set of muscles in the pelvis and upper thighs. To maintain a proper pelvis and leg...Continue reading