Asymmetrical Infrasternal Angle, SI Joint Tests, and Imaginary Lat Syndrome – Movement Debrief Episode 55

Movement Debrief Episode 55 is in the books. Below is a copy of the video for your viewing pleasure, and audio if you can’t stand looking at me.

Here is the set list:

  • What is an asymmetrical infrasternal angle?
  • What activities would improve an asymmetrical infrasternal angle?
  • How do SI joint tests compare to an obers test for SI joint dysfunction or pelvic rotation?
  • What is this testing really looking at?
  • What is imaginary lat syndrome?
  • What is the latissumus dorsi’s role in this syndrome?
  • What can be done to impact imaginary lat syndrome?
  • Are they any particular areas to consider cupping for a common movement pattern?

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Enjoy!

and the audio version…

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Here were the links I mentioned:

Sign-up for the Human Matrix in Seattle, WA on September 15-16th here

Sign up for the Human Matrix in Kansas City, KS on October 27-28th here

 

Sign-up for the Human Matrix in Portland, OR on November 10-11 here

Here is a picture of an asymmetrical infrasternal angle

Below is one of my go-to moves for an asymmetrical infrasternal angle

Below is the Gillet Test (Courtesy of Physiotutors)

Intraexaminer and interexaminer reliability of the Gillet test.

Inter- and intra-examiner reliability of single and composites of selected motion palpation and pain provocation tests for sacroiliac joint

Palpation of the sacroiliac joint: An anatomical and sensory challenge

Use of an inclinometer to measure flexibility of the iliotibial band using the Ober test and the modified Ober test: differences in magnitude and reliability of measurements.

Bill Hartman

An Anatomic Investigation of the Obers Test

Here, here, and here are some stuff on wide infrasternal angles

Below is my go-to move for imaginary lat syndrome

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Asymmetrical Infrasternal Angle

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