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first ligament to become painful with lumbosacral decompensation
iliolumbar ligament
delineates the greater and lesser sciatic foreamen
sacrospinous ligament
helps restrain anterior sacral movement
sacrospinous ligament
forms medial border of sciatic foreamen
sacrotuberous ligament
helps restrain anterior sacral movement
sacrotuberous ligament
degree of laxity or tightness in this ligament is useful in dx sacral and innominate dysfunction
sacrotuberous ligament
piriformis syndrome pain is caused by what
sciatic nerve traveling through the piriformis muscle
determines the side of somatic dysfunction in pelvic diagnosis
lateralization
what are the three tests for lateralization
standing flexion test (more pelvis)
seated flexion test (more sacrum)
compression test
positive standing flexion test
one side moves further then the other with flexion
causes false positive in standing flexion test
tight contralateral hamstring
direction of compression in ASIS compression test
posteromedially
left ASIS superior
left PSIS superior
left superior innominate shear
left ASIS caudad
left PSIS caudad
left inferior innominate shear
standing flexion on the L
left ASIS inferior
left PSIS superior
left anterior innominate rotation
standing flexion on the L
left ASIS superior
left PSIS inferior
left posterior innominate shear
ASIS compression + on the R
right ASIS closer to midline relative to the left
right innominate inflare
ASIS compression + on the L
left ASIS further from midline relative to the right
left innominate outflare
PSIS, greater trochanter, iliac crests are usually ___ on side of short leg
lower
pelvic side-shift and rotation toward which leg in short leg syndrome
long leg
convexity of the lumbar spine points towards which leg in short leg syndrome
short leg
concavity of the lumbar spine points towards which leg in short leg syndrome
long leg
usually first sx of short leg syndrome
pain in iliolumbar ligament (stetched on side of convexity)
short leg syndrome usually presents at what age
20 - 30s
dx short leg
standing postural x ray
highest amount of lift that can be added to inside the shoe
1/4 in