FINAL VERSION-Pelvic diversified-drop adjusting 9-18-09

FINAL VERSION-Pelvic diversified-drop adjusting 9-18-09 -...

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NOTE: All diversified procedures have a superior hand contact with the exception of the posterior rotated sacrum. PI ILIUM DIVERSIFIED P.P. — Prone: The anterior superior spines of the ilia are placed just above the superior edge of the pelvic piece. Both the lumbar (when equipped) and pelvic pieces are set to drop. If using the hylo with pelvic drop, the lumbar piece may be released to accommodate for body type. The pelvic piece is set to drop straight down. D.S. — Scissored stance inferior to the articulation and in close on the opposite side of involvement. C.H. — Superior contact hand. C.P. — Hamate (C.P. #1b) of the superior hand with the fingers pointing toward the shoulder on the side of involvement. S.C.P. — Medial inferior aspect of the P.S.I.S. Stab. — Stabilize the contact hand with the inferior hand by wrapping the fingers and thumb around the wrist. T.P. — I-S and P-A. L.O.C. — I-S, P-A. Torque — None. Procedure — Take tissue pull in accordance with the L.O.C. with the stabilization hand. Then place the contact hand on the medial superior portion of the P.S.I.S. The slack is taken out of the ilium by applying P-A pressure with the contact hand. A thrust is given in accordance with the L.O.C. If a compound misalignment is found to exist, adjust the listing with largest subscript first, then recheck to see if the other listing needs adjusting. (Example: PI 6 IN 3 – adjust the PI first.)
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AS ILIUM DIVERSIFIED P.P. — Prone: The anterior superior spines of the ilia are placed on the superior edge of the pelvic piece. Both the lumbar (when equipped) and pelvic pieces are set to drop. The pelvic piece is set to drop straight down. D.S. — Slightly superior to the ischial tuberosity with an open stance on the opposite side of involvement. C.H. — Superior contact hand. C.P. — Hamate (C.P. #1b) of the superior hand with the fingers pointing inferior lateral. S.C.P. — Superior medial aspect of the ischial tuberosity. Stab. —
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