Diversified Lumbar Adjustments

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ciera_r
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26090
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Diversified Lumbar Adjustments
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2010-07-08 20:25:56
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Adjustments of the Lumbar Spine
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  1. L4 Spinous Right
    Thumb Pisiform
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Right
    • Face at 45 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Thumb on SP
    • Inferior Hand: Pisiform on high mamillary
    • LOD: Medial with Thumb, Anterior with Pisiform
  2. L1 Body Right
    Thumb Pisiform
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Left
    • Face at 45 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Thumb on SP
    • Inferior Hand: Pisiform on high mamillary
    • LOD: Medial with Thumb, Anterior with Pisiform
  3. L2 SP Left
    Double Thumb
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Right
    • Face at 45 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Thumb on SP
    • Inferior Hand: Flat thumb on high mamillary of opposite side
    • LOD: Medial on SP, Anterior on mamillary
  4. L5 SP Right
    Thumb Pisiform
    CANNOT BE DONE
  5. L2 SP Right
    Spinous Recoil
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Right
    • Patient turn head towards doctor
    • Face at 90 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Pisiform on SP
    • Inferior Hand: Reinforce
    • LOD: Anteromedial
  6. L5 SP Left
    Spinous Recoil
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Left
    • Patient turn head towards doctor
    • Face at 90 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Reinforce
    • Inferior Hand: Pisiform on SP
    • LOD: Anteromedial
  7. L4 Body Left
    Spinous Recoil
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Right
    • Patient turn head towards doctor
    • Face at 90 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Reinforce
    • Inferior Hand: Pisiform on SP
    • LOD: Anteromedial
  8. L1 Body Right
    Spinous Recoil
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Left
    • Patient turn head towards doctor
    • Face at 90 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Pisiform on SP
    • Inferior Hand: Reinforce
    • LOD: Anteromedial
  9. L2 Spinous Right
    Single Mamillary
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Left
    • Face at 45 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Pisiform on High Mamillary
    • Inferior Hand: Lifting ASIS
    • LOD: Anterior
  10. L5 SP Right
    Single Mamillary
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Left
    • Face at 45 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Under 9th & 10th ribs
    • Inferior Hand: Pisiform on High Mamillary
    • LOD: Anterior
  11. L2 SP Left
    Pisiform Thumb
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Left
    • Face superiorly at 45 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Pisiform on SP
    • Inferior Hand: Flat thumb on high mamillary
    • LOD: medial with pisiform, anterior with thumb
  12. L4 SP Left
    Pisiform Thumb
    • Patient Prone (Typical Prone Table)
    • Doctor on Left
    • Face inferiorly at 45 degree angle
    • Superior Hand: Flat thumb on high mamillary
    • Inferior Hand: Pisiform on SP
    • LOD: medial with pisiform, anterior with thumb

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