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Sports Massage Demonstration: Psoas Muscle for Back, Butt and Leg Pain, Athletic Tune-Up Austin

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Circle Us On Google Plus @ Sports Massage Demonstration: Psoas Muscle for Back, Butt and Leg Pain, Athletic Tune-Up Austin In this video, sports massage therapist, Ron Vaughn, explains why a tight psoas muscle can lead to pain or discomfort in the lower back, butt, legs, thighs, and core muscles. He demonstrates a unique technique for relaxing the psoas muscle and provides instruction that other therapists may find useful. The psoas muscle is a large part of the hip flexors muscle group and is used every time we walk, run, sit, etc. Ron graduated in 1997 from Austin Schools of Massage in Austin, TX, and also has a Bachelor's degree in Exercise & Sports Science from Southwest Texas State University (a.k.a. Texas State University of San Marcos). Ron's knowledge of anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, health & fitness and his experience in athletic training, sports & recreation give him a unique style of sports massage. Ron uses Swedish massage, hydrotherapy, deep tissue, Myofascial release, and trigger point, (ROM) range of motion, stretching, and strength exercises to correct soft tissue dysfunction. Overuse of injured muscles may often create problems and imbalances in the soft tissues, which may become chronic if ignored. Visit Ron's Website: This video was produced by Psychetruth © Copyright 2011 Target Public Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Austin health tip pain discomfort leg lower back spine butt hip hips joint abs core "sports massage" sports massage therapy demonstration "massage therapy" thigh thighs legs "athletic tuneup" athletic tune up athlete psoas muscle soaz injury run running improve performance psychetruth ache

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Написал: Shawna F. Mathieson, 27.08.2014, 04:04

I have endured back pain for decades till learned a effective treatment.
Написал: Jenn C, 10.11.2014, 17:02

It attaches to the lesser trochanter of the femur, not the "femur area".
Написал: James Gaffney, 07.11.2014, 02:41

Thank you. Very helpful.
Написал: VsPersonalTraining, 14.09.2014, 21:05

Surely you can't reach the psoas through the stomach
Написал: ChancetheCanine, 07.07.2014, 22:42

Good job Ron!! 
Написал: GER6655, 29.03.2014, 14:39

Was wondering,what would u think is the cause/treatment for nerve pain in FRONT of both my leggs.Have disc damage in L4 L5.MRI scan shows no nerves being touched..
Написал: Patrick McManus, 08.03.2014, 20:31

It is excellent. It is exactly where is tight like a piece of wood on my left leg. I was told for $$$$$ that my left hip is less mobile by Feldenkrais therapists taugt by Moshe Feldenkrais himself. They have no idea how your body is put together. I do not know how to find someone in San Francisco. Really appreciated you putting up the video. Liana 
Написал: Camaj Handspun Yarn, 08.05.2014, 12:46

I'm a physical therapist and I found your vid EXTREMELY helpful! I am going to use it on a patient today.
Написал: fanofkt, 06.05.2014, 17:55

Come on. He's digging for labia at 6:15.
Написал: Gary Addis, 15.04.2014, 16:26

Psyche, you are too far posterior to work the iliopsoas attachment. The conjoined iliacus and psoas tendon attached to the lesser trochanter of the femur, which is located medial of anterior thigh and quite deep, and there on the posterior thigh you are not near it. Working higher, you are endangering the fragile inguinal ligament at the juncture of abdomen and thigh. No personal insult intended, but your video may be relied upon by students, or those who want to massage a loved one, and you are providing wrong information. You should refer to your anatomy textbooks, then redo the video, correcting your glaring mistakes.
Написал: Leon Stroman, 23.01.2014, 14:41

Great video and very informative. Know some releases but have never massaged in the fold area. Massaging and flexing the ligament is especially helpful. Thanx
Написал: HodgsonsNose, 08.04.2014, 10:23

He's not getting anywhere near the psoas and nor could he. It's very deep-lying. Everything this guy says is BS. 
Написал: shelly caldeira, 16.03.2014, 08:08

Thank you for sharing.
Написал: Jesse Medin, 14.03.2014, 20:55

Show us how to hit it 
Написал: MrsGxoxo, 04.03.2014, 23:43

I would do this hand over hand-the therapists hand is over and guiding the patients-especially a male therapist on a female.......but this was a good video on this often over looked mm for low back pain. It's one I often educate my clients on.
Написал: Matt M, 02.03.2014, 01:00

Написал: joe bloggs, 04.03.2014, 12:31

when did she climax?
Написал: Matt M, 02.03.2014, 00:59

So many massage therapists forget there is a human under their hands 
Написал: ilyjax, 14.11.2013, 21:45

2:34 I can see her v*egina moving... :/
Написал: Matt M, 02.03.2014, 00:59

way too ruff!
Написал: Gill Williams, 10.01.2014, 05:46

I have enjoyed watching your techniques and have used them at sporting events. They have also helped and been informative in my Sports Massage classes. Thanks :-)
Написал: Chris Stavro, 27.12.2013, 21:47

you explained all my knee/back problems in one video. Thank you! l have beef jerky hamstrings, and tight everything. I want to get back to squatting and deadlifts...l can't even touch my toes yet. l'll look for a good sports massage therapist in my arrea.
Написал: Da Hulk, 15.05.2014, 14:01

I would of gotten really horny if I was him lol 
Написал: Brian Burney, 28.12.2013, 16:18

Excellent demo/discussion. unfortunately many massage therapists do not adequately cover psoas, obturators, quads & hamstrings. I had low back pain for months and had a massage by a therapist working at a major ski area whose obvious focus was lower body work. Following her session which included psoas release plus streatching & massage of obturators, quads & hamstrings, I was amazed how good my back felt. You are an excellent mentor for our develping massage therapists. Thank you for your good work and passion.
Написал: Steve Sims, 20.12.2013, 08:14

Hey Man, Its Very Informative video thank's for sharing...!