The Best PSOAS Muscle Fix: MUST WATCH!

The Best PSOAS Muscle Fix: MUST WATCH!

The Best PSOAS Muscle Fix: MUST WATCH!

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hey guys dr. Burke here in this video we’re going to talk about this so as the P being silent it’s a very large muscle that connects the upper torso with the bottom part of the legs okay so it allows you to stay connected if you didn’t have that muscle you’d probably be separated but it allows you to flex your your knees up or your legs up so it’s a flexion it brings you forward like this like view to do sit-ups and come all the way up this is the main muscle that allows you to do that okay so it connects to these vertebra here and it goes through the pelvis to the inside of your femur or your upper leg so it brings the leg up and it stabilizes the pelvis so many people have a problem with this muscle either it’s too tight or it’s too weak or it could be tight on this side and loose on this side so I’m going to show you exactly how to test it and what to do to stretch it so you can get these symmetrical I think it shows up as a big problem for people because they sit all day long or some people do a lot of sit-ups but you don’t reverse the flow and do extensions with your back so if you do too many sit-ups you’re going to mess this up and if you sit too much you’re going to mess it up and your posture is going to be kind of like this all the time so let’s demonstrate how to test this muscle okay so the first thing we’re going to test is we’re going to test if the so s is tight on this side or this side and all we’re going to do is you need someone to do this so if you’re laying down you need someone to measure keep this leg straight and raise it as high as you can alright good put it down good now do the same thing with the other side okay good now you can see that this leg went up a lot higher and I always ask the person did you feel that this went higher yes okay that was a yes so what happens is that this side over here is restricted it’s tight so we have a tight so as on this side okay so what we’re going to do is we’re going to stretch out we’re going to have Lana’s back and stretch this out but this side is good this sides not good so we want to balance this this is going to and imbalance with his pelvis and cause hip pain or back pain in which also he does have hip pain that’s probably why so let’s go ahead and have you flip over so I’m going to have you move close to this side a little bit more good so now we’re going to do is we’re going to keep this leg straight okay and then we’re going to just we’re going to stretch it down like this okay so this is actually pulling this thing down do you feel any stretch right here yeah now keep this leg straight and see if you can’t yeah right there do you feel more of a stretch right there yes yeah so what’s happening we’re actually without falling off he’s stretching this muscle because it’s connected right here and then you’ll bring it up a little bit and then we’ll just stretch it and we want to stretch this all the way down like that that’s just one way you can do it in many different ways okay so I’m going to show you another way scoot back you can take a foam roller and we can put this roller kind of up right here yeah and we can keep this knee up and bring this thing down do you feel the stretch right there so this is a good way to stretch it but we’re just stretching this now would actually stretch this for about two minutes what’s going to happen it’s going to balance out the psoas okay so you would if you had a problem with the other psoas you would just do the opposite so we’re trying to just stretch the one that is tight very very simple no complications okay so now we take this down now the next thing we’re going to do is we’re going to check the strength of the so s okay so the so s brings the knee up here so it brings it up right so there’s a couple ways we can do this what I like to do ii like to bend this and hold this down resist me I’m going to press down okay I’m going to check the strength there that’s strong so this sides okay bend this one right here resist I did resist okay his right so as is weak okay so if this sides weak then what’s going to happen is that he’s going to throw off the whole balance so so again let me just kind of summarize this we’re checking the so s we’re going to press down and compare this side because remember the so s brings the knee up right and then we’re going to check this side there’s nothing there just you can relax okay yeah so we have a week so I have sis now how do we make it stronger now we could stretch it but that doesn’t work what we have to do is we have to stimulate the other so s okay so this is weak we’re going to stimulate the so as on the good side now it attaches deep into the hip but we’re not going to press into a sip we’re going to press down in the abdomen on this side okay so we’re kind of working on the soft tissue that attaches to the so S on this vertebra so we’re going to come right into here and it’s going to be a little tender it is tender so the two-step process we’re going to stimulate the the strong muscle it’s on the opposite side of the weak one right through in here that’s a good one right there okay stimulate just a little bit and now we’re going to recheck the muscle you resist it see this drug actually amazed so it instant got stronger so now the other thing you could do is lay on your stomach this leg right here this cell as is weaker it was weaker okay so when you eat when you lifted it so what we can do as a step two is we could stimulate the opposite muscle on the same side okay so we can do the other so abs or the opposite muscle but there’s the option action on the same side so if this so lessons week we work on the muscle that extends this because the psoas flexes so extensors are all the glutes so we can press on the glute muscle right through and here and this will be tender too and we stimulate the glute right there it’s going to make his so as strong on the opposite on the same side though okay good so now let’s just go ahead and evaluate keep this straight and raise it for me okay see how high that came up now the other one beautiful now raise this one goes up pretty high good now the other one okay good now do you feel any restrictions left in it right no there was a slight increase on this side but this was a lot better so it’s something that we would repeat over and over and over but that’s just an example of fixing the flexibility issues and then fixing the strength issues okay so go ahead and apply this and put your comments below

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Dr. Berg shows you several ways to test a tight and or weak psoas muscle. Then through a unique technique, you will help balance the left and right psoas so as to reduce hip and low back pain.

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