What is Iliopsoas Syndrome? Iliopsoas syndrome is caused by inflammation of the Iliopsoas tendon usually from repetitive movements. Usually, you will experience hip flexor pain on a regular basis during any activity including high stress activities as well as walking. Pain is felt in the groin/hip area and when lifting your leg either up or laterally. If you stretch the muscle you often experience more pain, instead of relief.
"The physical and emotional health of the human body depends on the psoas major muscle that is well aligned and properly toned. This only happens if this holy trinity of muscle groups are aligned and toned as well." "The adductor's role in supporting the psoas - part of the "holy trinity" of the psoas, Adductor magnus and the four pairs of abdominal muscles.