Break down therapist to client communication barriers using interactive 3D.
Forget paper charts! Musculoskeletal therapists are able to use this 3D demonstration of the Psoas muscle to visually demonstrate to their clients how the Psoas muscle impacts the spine and discs of the body.
Psoas 3D Interactive Model is free to download and provides musculoskeletal therapists and related practitioners a clear and easy to interpret representation of a client’s medical need. This enables therapists in their practice to communicate proposed treatment with clients in a easy to interpret manner.
The challenge for all musculoskeletal therapists who are currently working with or would like to treat the Psoas major muscle is to be able to clearly demonstrate the impact to their clients. Therapists can use this app to portray the huge compression and shearing forces these muscles have over the spine and discs, simulating the research in the journal of Clinical Biomechanics 92 by Bogduk et al: and the damage to these areas. Damage to the Psoas can lead to pain and start a cascade of changes along the spine, resulting in restrictions and pain in all areas of the body.
Many therapists would not be aware of these findings.
The Soaz Method is an innovation to treating these strategically placed muscles that has proven safe and simple; impacting the neural chain embedded within the Psoas muscles and further up the spine. Treatment enables a reversal of all restrictions and massive movement changes in the body and allowing pain to resolve.
For more information about the Soaz Method, please visit www.newmovementonline.com