Extreme Lower Back Pain

by Bobby V.
(Connecticut)

After spending a month in the hospital and two months resting at home after having abdominal surgery, my lower back felt as if I had been hit by a 4 x 4.

My therapist found that my right iliopsoas was very tight. After only one session I could tell that I was on the right path to treating my back pain.

After a few months of rebuilding my strength, being stretched, and having my iliopsoas strummed I was pain free and started to ride my bike again.

I had previous back problems that responded somewhat to other therapy but was still left with some outer leg pain that also went away after getting my iliopsoas strong and balanced.

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