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1

posterior pelvic tilt can be caused from what and is accompanied by what

slouching and accompanied by increased kyphosis of thoracic spine

2

muscles of pelvic floor

levator ani

Iliococcygeus
Pubococcygeous
Puborectalis

3

pelvic tilt and hip knee
anterior pelvic tilt

increased lordosis of lumbar spine

4

pelvic tilt and hip knee
posterior pelvic tilt

flat back, lumbar spine flat

5

pelvic tilt and hip knee
forward shifted pelvis

pelvis shifts forward and tilts backward
hip joints hyper extended
knees hyperextended
upper trunk shifts backward to compensate

6

what is the first ligament usually responsible for low back pain?

iliolumbar ligament

7

psoas attachments

5th lumbar vert to lesser trochanter of the femur

8

2 main lesser hip flexors

rectus femoris
sartorius

9

innominate testing: static vs dynamic

static: boney landmark assessment, leg rotation, leg length

dynamic: AP compression, lateral to medial compression, flexion testing

10

+ standing flexion and + seated flexion =

sacral

11

+ standing flexion and - seated flexion =

innominate

12

negative standing flexion and + seated flexion =

sacral

13

what test must you do to determine laterality

standing flexion or pelvic compression