Psoas and quadratus lumborum

Feb 15, 2023 | Spine | 0 comments |

The psoas and quadratus lumborum both help to stabilize the lumbar spine and move the hips. They are very often in a dysfunctional relationship, with one overworking and the other underworking. NKT often finds the QL overworking and the psoas underworking as well as the opposite psoas overworking and the QL underworking in pelvic torsion. This article describes their functions and relationship.
Changes in Regional Activity of the Psoas Major and Quadratus Lumborum With Voluntary Trunk and Hip Tasks and Different Spinal Curvatures in Sitting.

Psoas and quadratus lumborum

Psoas and quadratus lumborum

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