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SACRUM BASE POSTERIOR

Patient Position
  • Side posture
  • Involved side up with knee bent
  • On posterior of shoulder
  • On anterior 1/3 of table
  • Pronate more than 45°

SCP for Sacrum Base Posterior
Doctor's Stance
  • Straddle patient’s bent knee
  • DC’s thigh to patient's hip
  • 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
  • Either side up

 


Contact point # 1 - "Fleshy" pisiform
SCP
  • 1st Sacral Tubercle
  • N.P. = #1
  • N.H. = I.H.

 


Pronating the patient prior to making contact
LOC
  • P ®  A is the primary line of drive
  • Slightly I ®  S or S ®  I  in the plane line of L5/S1 disc

 


Contact point for SBP
First sacral tubercle
Tissue Pull
None
Set up and LOC for
Sacrum Base Posterior
Listings
Base Posterior
Set up and LOC for
Sacrum Base Posterior

Note stabilization hand position

                                                                                                                                                                                               

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