Functional Anatomy of the Pelvis and the Sacroiliac Joint PDF is a highly technical book.
This book is created for them rather than for someone unfamiliar with bones and muscles.
However, a TON of material here could be very useful in diagnosing and treating Sacroiliac Joint and pelvic discomfort.
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This step-by-step guide to evaluating the pelvis and sacroiliac joint looks at everything about this vital body part and how it fits into the kinetic chain system. John Gibbons is a registered sports osteopath specializing in treating and rehabilitating sports-related injuries. He gives detailed information on how to recognize pain and dysfunctional patterns from the pelvic girdle, techniques that correct these patterns, and functional exercises that help with recovery. He also talks about important things like:
- How the walking/gait cycle affects the pelvis.
- The difference in leg length and how it affects the kinetic chain and the pelvis
- The rules of how the spine works
- Sacroiliac joint screening
- The role of the glutes, psoas, rectus femoris, and other muscles, and what happens to the position of the pelvis if these soft tissues get shorter.
Functional Anatomy of the Pelvis and the Sacroiliac is an essential text for practitioners, students, and anyone who wants to learn about pelvic pain and what they can do about it. It has pictures, photos, and a quick-reference appendix.
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