Orthopaedic Rehabilitation

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SI joint Hypomobility lesions:- They occur in young people and may b associated with movement that place a rotational on SI joint. F.ex :- Ballet or golfing
It may occur following:
  • Pregnancy
  • Trauma
It can also be associated with asymmetrical
a) development of pelvis
b) unequal leg length
    Viscous Cycle
  • True Short Leg
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  • Pelvic drop equal to the drop
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  • OA to the hip to opposite side
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  • Side bending of lumber spine towards shorter side
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  • Causing ospteophyte formation on concave side
Hyper Mobile lesions
a) It can occur in a case of sports injuries to an athlete.
b) During pregnancy and soon after following the secretion of ligament are lax 6- 12 weeks after delivery. (Under the effect of hormone relaxing)
● Degenerative changes:-
like any other joints of the body it also undergoes degeneration.
● Non - inflammatory condition:-
It occurs with the condensation of bone on the iliac side of the joint. Occurs mainly in
  • Young adults
  • post partum woman
● Inflammatory disease and infection eg. Staphylococcal
  • Tubercular infection
  • Sexually acquired infection or due to IV drug abuse
  • Ankylosing spondylitis

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