L4 L5 S1 issues are resolved by advanced stretching techniques
Low back pain treatment involves more than one muscle being tight. A series of tight muscles are involved. Correcting the psoas muscle is an essential element of low back pain treatment. Chiropractic adjustments, epidural injections, and acupuncture do not lengthen a tight psoas muscle. Massage is unable to reach all the attachments of the psoas muscle. Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) has the best method for opening the psoas muscle. The therapist assisted psoas stretch in AIS involves the client laying face down on a table and a strong therapist pulling the leg upward – separating the space between the junction of the upper thigh and the pelvis (see picture below: back exercises psoas). The target psoas muscle lies towards the front of the pelvis but it attaches to the lumbar vertabrae (L3, L4, L5, S1). A tightened psoas muscle will pull down on the L4, L5, and S1 discs, the pressure of this action causes low back pain.
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After the client has received AIS assisted stretching for the psoas, the client will be taught the self-applied psoas stretch, but psoas lengthening initially requires the help of a trained therapist. The self-applied stretch will maintain an open psoas but not open it initially. In the early stages of recovery, the client may have to do the self-applied psoas stretch two or three times a day to keep it open.