SI Motion Long Sit Test Anterior Posterior Pelvic Tilt Dr Vizniak

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  • lil kim
    lil kim 5 months ago +1

    My pelvis is stuck like this, so my little ass dick juts out, and everybody can see it through my pants. Please help me

  • German Garcia
    German Garcia 7 months ago +2

    Could you make a video on how to correct this, thank u so much. My chiropractor that's just the way mine gets she pops me back but 3 weeks later I'm back to it, a little frustrating..

    • SpiralMystic
      SpiralMystic 3 months ago +1

      If you have an ANTERIOR tilt - stretch the hip flexor muscles (psoas and rectus femoris (quads)), and strengthen glute max and abs. Don't stretch the hamstrings. And do the exercises in a forced posterior tilt.
      If you have a POSTERIOR tilt - strengthen the hip flexors and abs, and stretch the hamstrings. Don't stretch the quads. And do the exercises in a forced anterior tilt.
      Good luck. You will see a difference in a couple of days.

    • michael mc dermott
      michael mc dermott 5 months ago +1

      Your skeleton is manipulated by muscles. Subsequently, when a muscle/muscles are weak and tight, they put your body into incorrect positions which is where they remain until the problem is addressed.
      Focus on mobilising the muscles around the hip for a start. See how you get on!
      And don't be afraid to research these issues yourself. There are plenty of reputable professionals out there, who are happy to educate you for free. RU-clip being the go to needless to say.
      Hope you get to the bottom of it (no pun intended) 😂

  • be lovely
    be lovely 8 months ago +1

    Love the diorama! Do you have a similar video that goes over lateral pelvic tilt as well as in combination, anterior lateral and posterior lateral?

  • Syed Hammad Hussain
    Syed Hammad Hussain 8 months ago

    This is really awesome. Thank you soo much

  • OxztOx
    OxztOx 8 months ago

    Best!

  • Ehab Waly
    Ehab Waly 9 months ago

    Excellent illustration Thanks

  • Endothelial
    Endothelial Year ago +2

    Storing information in brain

  • David W
    David W Year ago

    What are some exercises to correct a functionally short leg?

    • prohealthsys
      prohealthsys  Year ago +1

      @David W baahahah hamstrings and iliopsoas would be better choices

    • David W
      David W Year ago

      @prohealthsys targeting the glutes and quads?

    • prohealthsys
      prohealthsys  Year ago

      Hi david ... a detailed assessment needs to be done first ... generally lunges can be a good option

  • Anon Ymous
    Anon Ymous Year ago

    So fixing apt would make you a bit taller as the legs would extend fully and the spine would straighten ?

    • prohealthsys
      prohealthsys  Year ago +1

      It is possible... but these issues are often multifactorial and results may vary

  • Alex Balea
    Alex Balea Year ago

    Please tell me where I can find that book?

    • Alex Balea
      Alex Balea Year ago

      @prohealthsys Thank you for your reply but I can't find in the presentation or manual the pages represented in this video. I need a book where each possible movement of the bones is represented like the AS/IN representation.

    • prohealthsys
      prohealthsys  Year ago

      Our website or on amazon ... prohealthsys.com/shop/textbooks/muscle-manual-textbook-2/

  • Andy L
    Andy L Year ago +1

    Is there anyway to unlock this myself without going to a chiropractor?

    • prohealthsys
      prohealthsys  Year ago

      It is possible with some SI stretches ... but does not always work...

  • Swaroopa Mallavarapu

    Best explanation I've seen so far!

  • Veeluvstocook_
    Veeluvstocook_ Year ago +2

    really nicee. Thanks for the upload