ANLS 1615 Sacrum - Sacral Movements and Listings Sacral...

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Unformatted text preview: Sacral Movements and Listings Sacral Movements Nutation- AKA sacral flexion - the sacral base moves anterior the ilium on the same side is in ilium flexion Counter-nutation- AKA sacral extension - the sacral base moves posterior the ilium on that side is in ilium extension The Sacral Misalignment Sacrum can become misaligned at the SI articulation or at the articulation between lowest lumbar and sacrum. Listings for Sacrum: P-R P-L PI-R PI-L BP Sacrum Listing Normal No rotation of sacrum is present On Xray, both measurement are equal Sacrum Listing Normal sacrum When measuring from the lateral aspect of the sacrum to the S1 tubercle, the measurement is equal Sacrum Listing Posterior rotated sacrum The sacrum has rotated posterior on one side (counter-nutates) On Xray, the side of the larger measurement will be the side of posteriority Sacrum Listing Posterior Rotated Sacrum P-L P-R The LOC would be P-A and M-L The Sacral Misalignment...
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ANLS 1615 taught by Professor Johnh.romfh during the Fall '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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ANLS 1615 Sacrum - Sacral Movements and Listings Sacral...

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