Let’s talk about your #PSOAS muscles! These #muscles are commonly referred to as the “hip flexor” muscles. Each of us have two on each side of the body starting at the #lumbar vertebrae traveling forward into the front of the #pelvis where it meets another muscle called the iliacus that is nestled inside the ilium and creates the iliopsoas. The iliopsoas then attaches onto your hip #bone or the femur and helps lift your hips up toward your torso similar to the movement you do when you are performing a leg raise #exercise . This muscle is commonly “tight” and can contribute to many symptoms including low back #pain and #stiffness as well as popping/snapping in the front of the #hip and tightness upon getting up from a seated position. Manual muscle work and #adjustments along side proper #stretches and exercises can help release the muscle and relieve pain! ⭐️Side note: it is said that this muscle has an effect on our emotional well being as well! 💫Every part of our bodies is interconnected! Let’s get you checked and make sure you aren’t constantly putting your psoas at risk to be tight/weak/painful!