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Superior Transverse Axis of the sacrum

Respiratory
Cranial

2

Middle transverse axis of sacrum

Postural

3

Inferior transverse axis of sacrum

Dynamic (walking)

4

DX:
- positive standing flexion
-inferior ASIS
-superior PSIS
-even ischial tubes
-inferior pubic rami

anterior rotation of pelvis

5

DX:
Positive standing flexion
Superior ASIS
Inferior PSIS
even ischial tubes
superior pubic rami

posterior rotation of pelvis

6

DX:
Superior ASIS
Superior PSIS
Superior pubic ramus
Superior ischial tubes

superior pubic shear

7

DX:
Inferior ASIS
Inferior PSIS
Inferior pubic ramus
Inferior ischial tubes

inferior pubic shear

8

DX:
distance of ipsilateral ASIS to midline decrease
Standing flexion test positive ipsilaterally
Superior ASIS = Superior PSIS
Pubic rami equal
Superior iliac crest
Equal ischial tubes

Pelvic inflare

9

DX:
Distance of ipsilateral ASIS to midline increases
Standing flexion test positive ipsilaterally
Superior ASIS = Superior PSIS
Pubic rami equal
Inferior iliac crest
Equal ischial tubes

Pelvic outflare

10

DX:
Pubic tubercle superior
Standing flexion test positive

Superior pubic symphysis shear

11

DX:
Pubic tubercle inferior
Standing flexion test positive

Inferior pubic symphysis shear

12

ASIS compression test is the equivalent of a:

Standing flexion test

13

In the correction of a superior shear with a hip replacement, requires what kind of motion?

External rotation

14

Tx sequence for pelvic dysfunction

1. Treat non-neutral thoracic and lumbar dysfunction
2. Treat innominate/pubic shears
3. Treat sacroiliac dysfunction.
4. Treat iliosacral dysfunction

15

Counterstrain point for iliacus

1/3 distance from ASIS to midline (closer to ASIS)

16

Counterstrain point for piriformis

1/2 way between PSIS and ILA -- 1/2 way between this point and ischial tuberosity

17

Describe counterstrain for the iliacus.

Patient supine
Flex legs and rest them on your thigh
Cross ankles (dysfunctional side on top)
Frog legged

18

Describe counterstrain for the piriformis.

Patient prone
Flex hip and knee
Abduct thigh
Externally rotate.

19

97% of low back pain is due to:

Musculoskeletal problems

20

% of population that experiences LBP each year

50%

21

Sciatica can be due to the hypertonicity of which muscle?

Piriformis

22

How to treat coccidynia :)

intra-RECTAL BLT/MFR

23

Lower extremity pain due to:

hip issues with muscle/joints

24

Upper extremity pain due to which muscle:

latissimus dorsi

25

Incontinence of the bowel may be due to this source:

Pelvic diaphragm

26

IBS is due to the imbalance of:

sympathetics and parasympathetics

27

How to improve diarrhea/constipation via OMT

Releasing pelvic congestion

28

Address which 2 things when treating ileus:

pelvic splanchnics
pelvic congestion

29

Address which 2 things when treating small bowel obstruction

pelvic splanchnics
pelvic congestion

30

Erectile dysfunction can be due to which 2 dysfunctional elements

pubic dysfunction
parasympathetic tone

recall: erection is parasympathetic, but ejaculation is sympathetic!