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ILIUM PI-IN

Physical Findings
  • PSS palpably inferior, medial and posterior
  • Tenderness and edema over superior SI joint
  • A foot flare on the involved side
Patient Position
  • Side posture
  • Involved side up with knee bent
  • On posterior of shoulder
  • On anterior 1/3 of table
  • Pronate patient slightly more than for PI

 


A Segmental Contact for PI-IN
Doctor's Stance
  • Straddle patientís bent knee
  • DCís thigh to patientís thigh at 45į
  • Weight on superior foot
  • Stabilize patient into the table
  • Back straight
  • Forearm in L.O.C.
  • Superior hand stabilizes over clavicle
  • Lean into body drop

 


LOC and setup for left PI-IN
showing clockwise torque
SCP
  • Medial inferior PSS
  • N.P. = #1
  • N.H. = I.H.
  • Fingers parallel to spine angling toward 12th rib

 

LOC
  • P ģ  A
  • Torque down with fingers
  • IN-to the spine

 

Tissue Pull
None
Listings
PI-IN on Right

PI-IN on Left

 

                                                                                                                                                                                             

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C2-T2
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Single Hand Contacts
T3-L3
Spinous contact
Alternate contact
L4-L5
Spinous Contact
Mammillary contact

 

 

Side Posture Corrections
side posture positioning

Lumbars
Spinous contact
Mammillary contact
Sacrum
Base posterior
Posterior Rotations
PIR and PIL
Ilium
PI
PI-IN
IN
EX
PIEX
AS
AS-IN
AS-EX

 

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