Flashcards in 4- Sacrum ME Deck (20)
What is indicated in a + spring test?
backward sacral dysfxn
What is a - spring test indicate?
forward sacral torsion
- spring, deep sulci left, posterior ILA left. Dx?
unilateral sacral flexion
- spring, deep sulci bilateral. Dx?
bilateral sacral flexion
- spring, deep sulci right, posterior ila left. Dx?
L on L
+ spring, posterior ILA right, deep sulci left. Dx?
right on left
shallow sulci bilateral, + spring. Dx?
bilateral sacral extension
+ spring, posterior ILA rght, deep sulci right. Dx?
unilateral sacral extension right
If L5 sidebends, which side will it engage the oblique axis?
the same side
L5 rotation and sacral rotation is opposite or to the same direction in torsions?
is seated flexion test the opposite or to the same side of the oblique axis?
Weight bearing on the left will move about which sacral axis?
What is the sacrum doing in L5FRrSr?
sacrum rotates left, right oblique axis engaged, + seated flexion on left
What is happening with the sacrum in L5NSlRr?
+ seated flexion right, oblique axis involved left, sacral rotation L (always opposite of the L5 rotation)
Do sacral rotations and L5 move in the same or opposite directions?
When does bilateral sacral flexion commonly occur?
If a pt has bilateral sacral extension, when does the pain in the low back get worse?
backward bending of the lumbars
When walking, what happens to the thoracic and lumbars as you shift your weight to the left foot?
thoracic rotates to the left, lumbar sidebends right
As you shift your weight to the left food, which oblique axis is engaged?