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- Abdominal weakness- dorsal stabilizers become tight and static, exhalation becomes passive and rate of inhalation increases.
- Belly breathing associated with increased lordosis.
- Unilateral or bilateral rib flare.
- Rotation dysfunction increases with internal oblique weakness on side toward which the body is rotated, external obliques weakness on opposite side.
- Strains sacral iliac ligaments.
Common Compensatory Pattern
1. Pope, R. The common compensatory pattern: it’s origin and relationship to the postural model. AAOJ 14(4):19-40.
2. Zink G, Lawson W. An osteopathic structural examination and functional interpretation of the soma. Osteopathic Annals, 1979 Dec 7(12):433-440.