Lab: Lower Abdominal Fascia Release | 3:50

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  1. Amy LePage says:

    When doing assessments and treatments in supine (where legs are bent ) – I was thinking that having support under the knees (a decent amount so the knees are still at a similar angle) could help the person to relax their adductors, psoas and other hip flexors as well at the pelvic floor muscles. So they aren’t activating these muscle groups to hold their legs in this position while having abdominal fascia and mobility assessed / treated?

    1. Lynn Schulte says:

      Yes that is always helpful. As long it is enough to slacken the lower abdominal tissues.

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