After unilateral sidebending to the left, left oblique axis, shifts weigh to the ___ SI joint
The sacrum rotates tilts forward on the ______ side and thus creating a _____ sacral sulcus
weight bearing side, deep
The leftward rotation of the right base about the left axis occurs during the swing phase of the ___ leg
The rightward rotation of the left base about the right axis occurs during the swing phase of the ____ leg.
Normal sacral motion during ambulation only involves nuetral to anterior positioning of the sacrum around these oblique axes. The sacrum does not go into _____ position.
Most somatic dysfunction in the sacrum involve _____ torsion about an oblique axes
_________ ______ may accentuate and retain portions of motion.
________ _______ ________ because muscles, connective tissue, and joints remain in positions that are normally a part of the physiologic motion but are dysfunctions when the body should have returned to a neutral position but did not do so