X-axis misalignments (Mar 2011 handouts 6 per page)

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3/17/2011 1 Ilium Misalignment X-axis Pelvic Adjusting Considerations Visualization Instrumentation X-ray Findings Static Palpation Motion Palpation Leg Checks Symptoms 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 listing indicated 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 Knee Raiser Knee Raiser X Ipsilateral PSIS moves posterior, inferior fixation MAY indicate AS Contralateral PSIS moves anterior, superior fixation MAY indicate PI Pelvic Adjusting Considerations Visualization Instrumentation X-ray Findings Static Palpation Motion Palpation Leg Checks Symptoms
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3/17/2011 2 X-AXIS MISALIGNMENT Dot Tops of Femur Head Femur Head Line Top of Iliac Crest Inferior Aspect of Ischial Tuberosity
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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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