MFR hip

Updated: May 12, 2020

Physical Therapist Dr. Colin Miller demonstrates how to roll out your hip flexor the iliopsoas.

The iliopsoas becomes tight due to our constant sitting in the modern work place. To work the iliopsoas use either a foam roller or some type of harder material ball (softball, lacrosse ball) to find those tight and tender spots. You can improve these tissues by performing myofascial release techniques (MFR) also known and fascial flossing.

Pro+Kinetix Physical Therapy & Performance specializes in helping active individuals in Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley, Walnut Creek, and San Francisco get back to exercising and working out pain free without having to take time off or relying on injections/pain medication. Pro+Kinetix offers rehabilitation and performance services to all populations, with specialties in Sports Rehabilitation, Active Release Techniques, and Manual Therapy Techniques plus Personal and Small Group Training, Sport Clinics and Wellness Services.

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