Palmer-Thompson SLC - Apex Right ► Leg that raises higher(over 6‖ is side of apex deviation ► E.g right leg higher than left = SAR SAR/SAL

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Sacral Leg Check (SLC) SAL/SAR Pelvic 612
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SLC -> SAL, SAR Palmer Thompson Cervical syndrome +D or D +D=PI -D=anterior, inferior sacrum Sacral leg check for z-axis misalignment
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Sacral Leg Check Stabilize sacrum superior hamate contacting S2 Instruct patient to lock knees, lift leg Normal is symmetrical
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SAL Z-axis misalignment Right leg 6‖ Left leg 15‖
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SAL/SAR (Sacral Apex Left/Sacral
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Unformatted text preview: Apex Right) ► Leg that raises higher (over 6‖ is side of apex deviation) ► E.g., right leg higher than left = SAR SAR/SAL ► DS: Scissored, opposite ► CP(2): #1b inferior & # 1 b superior ► SCP(2): sacral notch side of apex deviation & medial PSS ► Thrust/torque: rotational thrust (triceps contraction) with ―straight down‖ table drop...
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course TECHNIQUE 72612 taught by Professor Mansholt during the Fall '11 term at Palmer Chiropractic.

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Palmer-Thompson SLC - Apex Right ► Leg that raises higher(over 6‖ is side of apex deviation ► E.g right leg higher than left = SAR SAR/SAL

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