Becoming the iliacus queen
After working as a Physical Therapist for decades, a pattern started to emerge. Tightness in the iliacus caused by too much sitting, overuse in athletics, or being too flexible was causing problems all over the body.
After mastering how to release the iliacus with my own hands for my clients, I went on a mission to develop a self-release tool so people everywhere could empower themselves and get rid of pain on their own.
I tested dozens of existing tools but none of them could provide the right amount of pressure to the right spot. Over the last few years, I have painstakingly tested many variations and have finally perfected the Hip Hook. It is the only tool that perfectly targets the iliacus muscle and releases tension the way only a professionally trained PT can.
Christine Koth, Licensed Physical Therapist
Creator of The Hip Hook
aka: The iliacus Queen
Free the hip
Begin your journey through any of these methods
The hip flexor affects
the rest of the body
There are many reasons for a tight iliacus muscle, the most common being sitting too much, over using it, and being too flexible
experience a variety of these techniques as applicable.
Learn more by reading the descriptions below.