Cranial Related Psoas Inhibition

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Athletes that deal with a lot of contact can have lower back issue that start don’t in the lower back. 

Yet again I have seen another athlete with cranial suture issues. 

This athlete had walked in with very restricted lumbar flexion and extension. After doing some manual muscle testing we found bilateral psoas inhibition. Generally when I see this I look for either scars or I go straight to the sub occipitals. Using NKT testing I didn’t find any occiput compression or decompression issues however I did find some cranial fascia dysfunction. 

Using NKT Level 3 protocols I did a reset between two dysfunction sutures on the skull. After the reset we retested the psoas, they were both strong. 

Sometime field position can dictate potential cranial issues. If someone only plays one the right and generally tackles with their Left shoulder you could suspect that the fascia on the left side of the skull could be holding a lot of neruolgirally tension. 

Have a feel and see if you have any hot spots on your head.