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Muscle connections of the lower body: Latissimus Dorsi, Gluteus Maximus, Oblique Abdominals, Hip Adductors

Shows how they are all connected. I think my pain is more like the top picture Ribs down to the lower joint area of my hip. It's crazy how it's all inter-connected

Upper Back Pain find out how to relieve it with yoga..this is really helping with my back pain from the fractures on my spine

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Tight psoas is a common cause of lower back pain. Stretch it baby, stretch it! ;)

Psoas muscle attaches to your lower spine and to your thigh bone. If it's tight (sitting too much?) it pulls your lower back. It's one of the common causes of lower BACK PAIN! If you can stretch this regularly then your lower back may feel a lot better!

You can see here how the muscles from your legs attach to your lower spine.  If they are tight and short, they pull on your spine and cause low back pain.  (That's what muscles do!)  There are different muscular causes for back pain but this psoas muscle stretch may be just what you need for lower back pain relief. :)

Low back pain relief with deep muscle stretches. The muscles from legs attach to lower spine. If they are tight, they can pull on the spine and cause low back pain.

psoas muscle yoga anatomy

The ever popular psoas muscle. What is the psoas muscle? Where does the psoas muscle attach? What are the actions of the psoas muscle?