Tag: oitf-hip-flexors

Trigger Points – Sharp pain in the center of the low back when rising

Client Description These people complain of sharp pain across the low back when getting out of bed, out of a car, or standing from a chair. They may also be slow to rise from a seated position. This happens when psoas majorContinue reading

Iliacus – Functional Anatomy

Iliacus Iliacus is the most simple and direct hip flexor connectin the coxal bone to the femur as it passes over the hip joint.     Origin – Iliac fossa of the ilium Insertion –Continue reading

Psoas Major – Functional Anatomy

Psoas Major Psoas major varies a great deal in size and shape. It originates in the last thoracic and all lumbar vertebrae and inserts on the lesser trochanter of the femur. It traps the coxal bone andContinue reading