Frequently Asked Questions
Why do you treat the right Psoas first and not the left as well in the initial session?
In my experience it is the right side that gives the best results that is most convincing to the client (most people have the left leg short, so if you treat the left muscle they see this as having stretched the left Psoas muscle.
Why does the pain not always decrease proportionally to the new movement changes?
Often it’s because the end result where the structures that need support or reinforcement have not reached that stage yet and so our brain leaves some safety mechanism (pain) in place until the significant areas are structurally sound and the body reaches a state of homeostasis.