We received a great email regarding treatment of an anterior class I and posterior class III bite. To read about it go to Recent Emails!
Look at all the asymmetry going on in this x-ray! Notice the size difference in the obturator foramens, the asymmetry in the pelvic floor opening and the difference between the left and right head of the femurs. This is a classic example of a Left AIC pelvis!
James Anderson, MPT, PRC put together a diagram that shows the influence that respiration has on rib position and spinal orientation. This handout can now be found in our Postural Respiration course when we discuss Superior T4 syndrome. To look at this handout, click here!
Take a look at the most recent picture we have taken of a classic Right TMCC pattern! Do you see what we see?
For those of you familiar with PRI, we thought you would find this intriguing. This diagram was presented in the first course given by Ron Hruska. The course was given in September of 1995 and was called “Postural Reconstruction - An Integrated Approach to Treatment of Upper Half Musculoskeletal and Respiratory Dysfunction”. This is literally, the first sketch of the Left AIC, Right BC and PEC chain!