Tensor Fascia Latae

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Tensor Fascia Latae

How to Massage the Tensor Fascia Latae

The Tensor Fasciae Latae is important to balance and hip stability. Tightness in this muscle can cause lower back pain, leg pain or other imbalances in gait. It is important to maintain length and in this muscle and release tension to prevent pain. With the MyoBuddy Pro percussive massager, you can release trigger points and discomfort easily. Watch below to learn more about how to massage this part of the body.

About the Tensor Fascia Latae

The tensor fasciae latae (or tensor fasciæ latæ) is a muscle of the thigh. It is related with the gluteus maximus in function and structure and is continuous with the iliotibial tract, which attaches to the tibia. The muscle assists in keeping the balance of the pelvis while standing, walking, or running.