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From the Vault: an interesting case masked as a simple “Sacroiliac joint syndrome”…orthopedic testing leads us astray once again!!

August 23, 2011

Case Study: an interesting case masked as a simple “Sacroiliac joint syndrome”…orthopedic testing leads us astray once again !! A very interesting case presented to me that I though would be of interest as it overviews many important examination concepts: A 48-year old male distance runner presented to my clinic with a chronic history of lumbar pain in the region of L4-L5 (14 year history).  More recently the patient complains of pain also occurring in the area of the right PSIS and describes a ‘referral pattern’ going into the lateral pelvis (over the greater trochanter) … Read More

via Functional Anatomy Seminars – Functional Anatomic Palpation Systems™ | Functional Range Release™

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