Flashcards in 4- Sacrum ME Deck (20)

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## What is indicated in a + spring test?

### backward sacral dysfxn

2

## What is a - spring test indicate?

### forward sacral torsion

3

## - spring, deep sulci left, posterior ILA left. Dx?

### unilateral sacral flexion

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## - spring, deep sulci bilateral. Dx?

### bilateral sacral flexion

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## - spring, deep sulci right, posterior ila left. Dx?

### L on L

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## + spring, posterior ILA right, deep sulci left. Dx?

### right on left

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## shallow sulci bilateral, + spring. Dx?

### bilateral sacral extension

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## + spring, posterior ILA rght, deep sulci right. Dx?

### unilateral sacral extension right

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## If L5 sidebends, which side will it engage the oblique axis?

### the same side

10

## L5 rotation and sacral rotation is opposite or to the same direction in torsions?

### opposite

11

## is seated flexion test the opposite or to the same side of the oblique axis?

### opposite.

12

## Weight bearing on the left will move about which sacral axis?

### left

13

## What is the sacrum doing in L5FRrSr?

### sacrum rotates left, right oblique axis engaged, + seated flexion on left

14

## What is happening with the sacrum in L5NSlRr?

### + seated flexion right, oblique axis involved left, sacral rotation L (always opposite of the L5 rotation)

15

## Do sacral rotations and L5 move in the same or opposite directions?

### Same

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## When does bilateral sacral flexion commonly occur?

### pregnancy

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## If a pt has bilateral sacral extension, when does the pain in the low back get worse?

### backward bending of the lumbars

18

## 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

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## As you shift your weight to the left food, which oblique axis is engaged?

### left

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