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Pelvic Girdle DysF

Pelvic girdle dysfunctions and definitions

Anterior Innominate Definition Unilateral iliosacral joint dysfunction in which the PSIS is up and anterior and the ASIS is down when compared to the opposite side bony landmarks
Posterior Innominate Definition A unilateral iliosacral joint dysfunction in which the PSIS is down and posterior and the ASIS is up when compared to the opposite side bony landmarks
Upslip Definition A vertical shear of an entire innominate in which the ASIS and iliac crest are up in comparison to the opposite side innominate
Anterior Innominate Rotation Posture Analysis (Left Anterior Innominate) Iliac crest/PSIS up in standing; ASIS down in supine; Supine leg length - Longer; Sitting leg length - Shorter (Left leg longer in supine, shorter in sitting)
Posterior Innominate Rotation Posture Analysis (Left Posterior Innominate) Iliac crest/PSIS down in standing; ASIS up in supine; Supine leg length - Shorter; Sitting leg length - Longer (Left leg shorter in supine, longer in sitting)
Upslip of Innominate Posture Analysis (Left Upslip) Iliac crest up in standing; ASIS up in supine; Supine leg length - Shorter; Sitting leg length - Shorter (Left leg shorter in supine, shorter in sitting)
Forward or Backward Sacral Torsion Posture Analysis (+ on the right) Sacral sulcus deep (in prone); Sacral inferior angle lateral angle posterior and down (opposite side); Sacral sulcus deep on the right and down on the left
Created by: jvlassov



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