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Y-axis - Pelvic Adjusting Considerations Visualization X-ray Findings Symptoms Ilium Y-axis Misalignments Pelvic 612 Static Palpation

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3/17/2011 1 Ilium Y-axis Misalignments Pelvic 612 1 Pelvic Adjusting Considerations Visualization Symptoms Static Palpation Motion Palpation Leg Checks Instrumentation X-ray Findings 2 Tests SI Axial Rotation ( Y) Seated Lumbopelvic Lateral Bending ( Y) Leg Fanning ( Y) * 3 Sacroiliac Axial Rotation Doctor palpates medial PSIS PSIS moves medial on the side of posterior rotation Y (normal) Aberrant motion MAY EX PSIS moves lateral opposite side, NO? IN 4 Seated LP Lat Bend Palpate ipsilateral PSIS during lateral bending (L, L) PSIS medial Y (normal) Fixation MAY indicate EX Palpate contralateral PSIS during lateral bending (L,R) PSIS lateral Y (normal) Fixation MAY indicate IN 5 Leg Fanning Palpate bilateral medial SI interspace ABduction, PSISs medial, sacrum anterior (nutation) Stuck? Probably P-R or P-L Sacrum, Maybe EX ADduction, PSISs lateral, sacrum P (counternutation) Stuck? Maybe IN 6
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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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Y-axis - Pelvic Adjusting Considerations Visualization X-ray Findings Symptoms Ilium Y-axis Misalignments Pelvic 612 Static Palpation

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