The Psoas Muscle

The Psoas Muscle

The lumbar plexus, a network of intersecting nerves and vessels, runs through the layers of the psoas, so when the psoas is shortened it can affect the pelvic floor, legs, low back, spine, abdomen, internal organs, and the diaphragm. It can even contribute to ovulation discomfort and nerve pain that runs down into the knee.

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Pelvic Congestion

Pelvic Congestion

“Pelvic congestion can lead to varicosities within the uterine ligaments, fallopian tubes, or veins of the prostate and scrotum (varicocele).Pelvic congestion is often found in both sexes when no other obvious pathologic cause of pelvic pain can be found. In one study 91% of women with chronic pelvic pain who had no other pathology on laprascopy had dilated veins and vascular congestion in the broad ligaments and ovarian plexus.

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