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Psoa (G). The loin, a muscle of the loin
Origin: Bodies of T12 to L4* Insertion: Lesser trochanter of femur Actions: Hip flexion, external rotation of thigh
*The psoas originates on the intervetebral discs and the adjacent bodies of T12 to L4. It pulls on the discs with each step we take, helping to pump the discs and keeping the disc material hydrated.
When the psoas is tight it can cause: Pelvic torsion - short leg Scoliosis Irritation of lumbar plexus Excess lordosis if both psoas are tight
Iliacus ilia, -co (L). The flank, loin
Origin: Anterior aspect of ilium Insertion: Lesser trochanter of femur Actions: Hip flexion, external rotation of thigh
Iliopsoas Because the psoas and iliacus share a common insertion, some anatomy books refer to these muscles as the iliopsoas
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