Pelvic Motion Palpation - Pelvic Motion Palpation X, Y...

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Tests SI Fluid Motion *** Knee Raiser, Stork, Trendelenberg, Gillet ( X) * Seated SI Flexion
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Tests SI Axial Rotation ( Y) Seated Lumbopelvic Lateral Bending ( Y) Leg Fanning ( Y) *
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SI Fluid Motion Doctor stands opposite ilium to contact Superior hand contact Ipsilateral leg should lengthen If both legs lengthen, fixation on side being tested No specific fixation indicated
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Knee Raiser Knee Raiser X Ipsilateral PSIS moves posterior, inferior, medial fixation MAY indicate AS Contralateral PSIS moves anterior, superior, lateral fixation MAY indicate PI
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Seated Sacroiliac Flexion Doctor palpates bilateral inferior PSISs IF one moves anterior – superior, that side would be considered to be fixated No specific listing is indicated
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Sacroiliac Axial Rotation
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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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