Week 2 More Pelvis and Sacrum

Week 2 More Pelvis and Sacrum - Most Mobile Spinal Changes...

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Pelvis Continued
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What is the likely listing? Right SI joint is Fixated. There is edema at the top and middle of the fixated joint. There is a long leg on the left on prone leg check. There is wide gluteal muscle on the left There is a lower gluteal fold on the right and right toe is turned in PI PI and EX EX PI and EX Likely listing Right PIEX
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SCP All AS ilium listings are contacted on the Acetabular Ridge PI AS All PI ilium listings are contacted on the PSIS
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SCP 1 2 3 4 5 Matching: A. IN B. EX C. PI D. PIIN E. PIEX
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Match the SCP with the Listing 1. ASIN 2. PIEX 3. AS 4. PIIN 5. IN 6. EX 7. PI 8. ASEX A. Inferior PSIS B. Inferior Lateral PSIS C. Inferior Medial PSIS D. Medial PSIS E. Lateral PSIS F. Acetabular Ridge
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Match the SCP with the Listing 1. ASIN 2. PIEX 3. AS 4. PIIN 5. IN 6. EX 7. PI 8. ASEX A. Inferior PSIS B. Inferior Lateral PSIS C. Inferior Medial PSIS D. Medial PSIS E. Lateral PSIS F. Acetabular Ridge F B F C D E A F
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Torque Push for PI and AS on the Obliquely Sagittal Plane Torque for IN and EX on the transverse plane
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Joint Shapes Straight S Shaped C Shaped Least Mobile
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Unformatted text preview: Most Mobile Spinal Changes from Pelvic Fixation PIEX compensation Hyperlordosis ASIN Compensation Hypolordosis Sacrum Sacrum: P-R, P-L On x-ray the sacrum is measured from S2 to the lateral aspect of the base. The wider side is the posterior rotated or counter-nutated. P-L 56 48 The lumbar spine should follow the same rotation When to Use Sacrum as a Contact P-L If the sacrum is rotated posterior more than 6mm and the ilium is IN or ASIN on that side, it may be better to take a sacral contact instead of an ilium contact to make the correction. There should be no scoliosis if using a Sacrum for a contact. What is the SCP? Right ASIN with P 4-R Right ASIN with P 8-L Left ASIN with P 8-L Left PIIN with P 7-L What is the SCP? Right ASIN with P 4-R Right ASIN with P 8-L Left ASIN with P 8-L Left PIIN with P 7-L Right Acetabular Ridge Right Acetabular Ridge Left Sacral Base (1/2 way between PSIS and S2) Left Inferior Medial PSIS...
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course TECH 2711 taught by Professor Lindamullinelkins during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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Week 2 More Pelvis and Sacrum - Most Mobile Spinal Changes...

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