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Lumbar Radiculopathy (Sciatica): Overview. ohhhh yes, I get mine on the side of it so this EXPLAINS it!

Lumbar Radiculopathy (Sciatica): Overview. ohhhh yes, I get mine on the side of it so this EXPLAINS it!

"Sciatic" nerve pain better explained: pain down the leg broken up via each nerve root from each vertebra and where each causes sensation to occur.

"Sciatic" nerve pain better explained: pain down the leg broken up via each nerve root from each vertebra and where each causes sensation to occur.

Muscles of the hip and their actions. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @SOS Storage & Organisation Solutions Storage & Organisation Solutions Inc. Resources.

Muscles of the hip and their actions. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @SOS Storage & Organisation Solutions Storage & Organisation Solutions Inc. Resources.

5 Tips for Building Muscle!

5 Tips for Building Muscle!

Interesting Why does the knee pops Linked to an article explaining the muscle tug of war that my doctor once told me I have, and a short time of physical therapy would fix. Article has multiple exercises

What vertebra causes which leg pains?  Lower Leg Pain | OSTEOPATHY | Osteopathy Acupuncture | Paphos | Limassol | Cyprus ...

What vertebra causes which leg pains? Lower Leg Pain | OSTEOPATHY | Osteopathy Acupuncture | Paphos | Limassol | Cyprus ...

If you suffer from Sciatica, try massaging these trigger points. It hurts, as the trigger points are tender and you have to massage them gently. BUT, it helps a lot!

If you suffer from Sciatica, try massaging these trigger points. It hurts, as the trigger points are tender and you have to massage them gently. BUT, it helps a lot!

Koch believes that by cultivating a healthy psoas, we can rekindle our body’s vital energies by learning to reconnect with the life force of the universe. Within the Taoist tradition the psoas is spoken of as the seat or muscle of the soul, and surrounds the lower “Dan tien” a major energy center of body.  A flexible and strong psoas grounds us and allows subtle energies to flow through the bones, muscles and joints.

The Psoas: Muscle of The Soul

Koch believes that by cultivating a healthy psoas, we can rekindle our body’s vital energies by learning to reconnect with the life force of the universe. Within the Taoist tradition the psoas is spoken of as the seat or muscle of the soul, and surrounds the lower “Dan tien” a major energy center of body. A flexible and strong psoas grounds us and allows subtle energies to flow through the bones, muscles and joints.

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