Pelvic SP Ilium Chart - Hook of hamate, 1b LI-PSIS P-A,...

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Pelvic Adjusting Gonstead Side Posture--Ilium LISTINGS PP CP SCP LOC TORQUE IN or EX only ETC PI-Push SCP Up Hook of hamate, 1b I-PSIS P-A, I-S None Fingers parallel to long axis of body, point to shoulder PI-Pull SCP Up 2 nd , 3 rd , th digits I-PSIS P-A, I-S None AS-Push SCP Up Hook of hamate, 1b Ischial Spine P-A, S-I None Fingers parallel to long axis of body, point to shoulder IN-Push SCP Up Hook of hamate, 1b M-PSIS M-L Down/ Elbow In Fingers to body, point to doctor IN-Pull SCP Up 2 nd , 3 rd , th digits M-PSIS M-L Down/ Elbow In EX-Pull SCP Down 1b (reach under) L-PSIS L-M Up SI Jt/ Elbow In PIIN-Push SCP Up Hook of hamate, 1b MI- PSIS P-A, I-S, M-L Down SI Jt/ Elbow In Fingers 45 o towards doctor PIIN-Pull SCP Up 2 nd , 3 rd , th digits MI- PSIS P-A, I-S, M-L Down SI Jt/ Elbow In ASIN- Push SCP Up Hook of hamate, 1b M Ischial Spine P-A, S-I, M-L Down SI Jt/ Elbow In Fingers 45 o towards doctor PIEX- Push SCP Up
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Unformatted text preview: Hook of hamate, 1b LI-PSIS P-A, I-S, L-M Up SI Jt/ Elbow Out Fingers 45 o away from doctor PIEX-Pull SCP Down 1b (reach under) LI-PSIS P-A, I-S, L-M Up SI Jt/ Elbow In ASEX-Push SCP Up Hook of hamate, 1b L Ischial Spine P-A, S-I, L-M Up SI Jt/ Elbow Out Fingers 45 o away from doctor ASEX-Pull SCP Down 1b (reach under) L Ischial Spine P-A, S-I, L-M Up SI Jt/ Elbow In Disclaimer: This is a condensed version of Palmers Adjusting Technique Manual to learn the MECHANICS of adjusting the ilium according to Palmer-Gonstead principles. Nuances of setup and push or pull transition MUST BE PRACTICED and individualized, as it is a psychomotor skill. SCPs and CPs are frequently reference landmarks and not exact. These mechanics assume equal subscripts. Elbow In/Out refers to general direction of torque. Torque is speed and direction associated with forearm contracture during the maneuver....
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