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This brief video tutorial discusses the pelvis (os coxa): 0:00. Intro to the pelvis 0.15.Pelvis (os coxa). SI joint, acetabulum, obturator foramen, greater sciatic notch, pelvic inlet, pelvic outlet 4:00. Ilium. Iliac crest, iliac fossa, ASIS, AIIS, PSIS, PIIS, gluteal lines 6:43. Ischium. Ischial spine, ischial tuberosity, ischial ramus, lesser sciatic notch 8:42. Pubis. Superior pubic ramus, inferior pubic ramus, pubic tubercle, pubic symphysis 9:57. In-a-Nutshell 10:03. Acknowledgements
The pelvis is a basin-shaped structure found near the base of the vertebral column. It's formed by the paired hip bones and sacrum of the spine, which together form the pelvic girdle. Have a closer look here: 🤍 Oh, are you struggling with learning anatomy? We got the ★ Ultimate Anatomy Study Guide ★ to help you kick some gluteus maximus in any topic. Completely free. Download yours today: 🤍 The pelvis is formed by four bones which include a pair of hip bones otherwise known as innominate bones the sacrum, which comes with the five lower sacral bones that are fused together and the coccyx which has four fused and a single individual terminal vertebra. The pelvic girdle consists of the hip bones and the sacrum and its function is to transmit the weight from the upper body to the lower limbs, while allowing the body to stay balanced. Meanwhile the ilium, ischium and pubis fuse together at puberty to form the hip bones and are joined by the cartilage found in the acetabulum. 0:40 The hip bone 1:00 The sacrum 1:31 Coccyx 1.44: Male pelvis vs female pelvis Want to test your knowledge on bones of the pelvis? Take this quiz: 🤍 Read more on the bones of the pelvis here in this in-depth article which also discusses some related clincial disorders: 🤍 For more engaging video tutorials, interactive quizzes, articles and an atlas of Human anatomy and histology, go to 🤍
When the femur and hip bone connect, they form one of the most important joints in the Human body: the hip joint. Now that you learned all their bony landmarks, test your knowledge here: 🤍 Oh, are you struggling with learning anatomy? We got the ★ Ultimate Anatomy Study Guide ★ to help you kick some gluteus maximus in any topic. Completely free. Download yours today: 🤍 In this tutorial, we’re going to be exploring the osteology of the femur and, a specific part of the pelvis known as the hip bone. Remember that the hip bone is formed by the fusion of 3 bones: the ischium, ilium and pubic bone. Together, they form the acetabulum, which is the area where the head of the femur articulates with the hip bone. So we’re going to talk about that and many other bony elements related to the those important bones of the lower extremity. Now, keep in mind that throughout this tutorial, we're not only going to talk about bony landmarks, but mentioning some of their functions. To tie this up, we're going to end this video talking about the ligaments that connect the femur and the hip bone. We will talk about: introduction to the bony pelvis; overview of the bones that form the hip bone; acetabulum; definition and bony landmarks of the ilium; definition and bony landmarks of the pubic bone; definition and bony landmarks of the ischium; bony landmarks of the femur; main ligaments found between the femur and hip bone: ligament of the head of the femur, iliofemoral ligament, ischiofemoral ligament, pubofemoral ligament, and transverse acetabular ligament. Want to test your knowledge on the hip bone and femur? Take this quiz: 🤍 Read all about the anatomy and function of the femur in great detail here: 🤍 For more engaging video tutorials, interactive quizzes, articles and an atlas of Human anatomy and histology, go to 🤍
Official Ninja Nerd Website: 🤍 Ninja Nerds! In this lecture Professor Zach Murphy will present on the anatomy of the coxa and pelvis bones through the use of models. We hope you enjoy this lecture and be sure to support us below! Outline (Thanks to Community Member Krakenn!): 0:00 - Intro 0:07 - Coxa bone overview 0:20 - Pubis 0:21 - Ischium 0:23 - Ilium 0:30 - Orientation of the ilium 0:36 - Anterior side 0:40 - Posterior side 0:50 - Anterior inferior iliac spine 0:57 - Anterior superior iliac spine 1:03 - Iliac crest 1:10 - Iliac fossa 1:14 - Arcuate line 1:26 - Auricular surface of the ilium 1:44 - Posterior superior iliac spine 1:51 - Posterior inferior iliac spine 1:54 - Greater sciatic notch 1:59 - Ischium spine 2:04 - Lesser sciatic notch 2:08 - Ischial tuberosity 2:13 - Ramus of the ischium 2:16 - Obturator foramen 2:21 - Pubis 2:23 - Inferior ramus of the pubis 2:27 - Superior ramus of the pubis 2:30 - Articulating surface of the pubis 2:44 - Pubic tubercle 2:51 - Pubic crest 3:06 - Acetabulum of the coxa bone 3:16 - Posterior side of the ilium 3:18 - Gluteal surface 3:30 - Gluteal lines 3:42 - Whole pelvis 3:45 - Two coxa bones 3:50 - Sacroiliac joint 3:54 - Pubic symphysis 4:07 - Pelvic brim 4:16 - False and true pelvis 4:30 - Pubic arch 4:50 - Pelvic inlet and pelvic outlet Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 APPAREL | 🤍 DONATE PATREON | 🤍 PAYPAL | 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA FACEBOOK | 🤍 INSTAGRAM | 🤍 TWITTER | 🤍 🤍NinjaNerdSci DISCORD | 🤍 #ninjanerd #MuscleStructure #Musculoskeletal #ninjanerd #Coxa_PelvisAnatomy #SkeletalAnatomy
Lets get deeper into the musculoskeletal anatomy of the hip and look at the bones and bony bits of the pelvis, and the ligaments that attach here and hold it all together. Daily Anatomy App: For a random human anatomy question every day on your phone you can get my Daily Anatomy question app from the Apple App Store: 🤍 or Google Play Store: 🤍 Music by Broke For Free: 🤍 (Licensed for use under Creative Commons Licenses, see above links for details).
This video discusses the bones of the pelvis (pelvic anatomy). Include is a quiz on the bone of the pelvis. This video will explain the ilium, iliac crest, iliac spine, acetabulum, pubis, ischium, pubic symphysis, foramen obturatum, and coccyx. Helps prepare you for the HESI Anatomy and physiology section on the HESI A2 exam. Memorizing the bones of the pelvis can be hard, but hopefully this overview will help. Quiz on the Pelvis: 🤍
Dr Adel Bondok Anatomy Teaching Videos. This video describes the structures forming the wall of the pelvis, inlet and outlet of the pelvis and the divisions and contents of the pelvic cavity.
In this tutorial we are going to be discussing the basic features of our pelvis and coxal bone, pointing out where they are and how to identify them from each other. Video number- Anatomy 1- 35
3D anatomy tutorial on the pelvic diaphragm from AnatomyZone For more videos, 3D models and notes visit: 🤍 This video covers the following structures in relation to pelvic diaphragm: - structure of pelvic floor: pelvic diaphragm, perineal membrane, deep perineal pouch - muscles: levator ani, coccygeus, levator prostatae, puboprostaticus, pubovaginalis, puborectalis - ligamentous structures: anococcygeal ligament, anococcygeal body, sacrospinous ligament - urogenital hiatus - pudendal nerve In the next tutorial we take a look at the perineal membrane and deep perineal pouch (🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍
The female pelvis is a bony canal through which the fetus must pass during birth. It has a brim, cavity, or outlet. Here in this practical-based video, You will get the detail about the bones, joints, ligaments, and diameters. * Click here for its Hindi version - 🤍 00:00 Female Pelvis introduction 01:18 Female Pelvis Bone 09:17 Female Pelvis joints 09:54 Female Pelvis Ligaments 11:21 False pelvis 11:44 True pelvis 12:32 Landmarks of the female pelvis 13:23 Diameters of Brim/inlet of the female pelvis 15:51 Diameters of the cavity of the female pelvis 16:54 Diameters of the outlet of the female pelvis For more Lectures, please visit * Official Website- 🤍 Facebook Page- 🤍 YouTube Channel- 🤍 Download the App: 🤍 #Female_pelvis #Female_Pelvis_Anatomy #Female_Pelvis_Practical_Explanation #nursing_lecture #Nursing #Female_Pelvis_nursing_lecture #Maternal_Pelvis_nursing_lecture #True_Pelvis #Female_Pelvic_bones #Female_Pelvic_joints #Female_Pelvic_ligaments #Female_Pelvic_Diameters #Female_Pelvis_Practical_Explanation_nursing_lecture #Female_Pelvis_Practical_Explanation_nursing_lecture_in_English
Female Pelvis also called gynecoid pelvis is a bony ring formed by 2 innominate bones, 1 sacrum and 1 coccyx. It provides the passage for the fetus to pass through during normal vaginal delivery. It has 4 pelvic joints and several pelvic ligaments. The pelvic diameters are of obstetric importance as they affect the fetal passage through the pelvis. Visit Our Website :: 🤍 Instagram :: 🤍 Facebook :: 🤍 Twitter :: 🤍 Subscribe :: 🤍 Related Videos 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Playlists 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Hit the Like Button If You Like The Video And Also Subscribe Our Channel for More Nursing Related Videos LEGAL DISCLAIMER These videos are intended for educational purposes only. Although we strive for 100% accuracy in all of our videos, errors may occur. Never treat a patient or make a nursing or medical decision based on the information provided on this channel or in our videos. Never practice nursing or medicine unless you have a proper license to do so. #FemalePelvis #PelvisAnatomy #TheNursesStation
Visualise your pelvic floor and see exactly what it is, where it's located and why it is important to train this hidden group of muscles. This 3D animation shows you how the pelvic floor muscle moves and supports bladder and bowel control. Please do not copy or reproduce this video without permission - email media🤍continence.org.au For more information, visit our website: 🤍continence.org.au or phone the National Continence Helpline on 1800 33 00 66 for confidential advice and support. Follow us: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍AusContinence
Dr. Rowe shows how to fix a rotated pelvis at home using NO SPECIAL EQUIPMENT! If you're dealing with pelvic postural issues, such as TWISTED or CROOKED pelvis appearance, this is a video you're not going to want to miss. We'll focus on QUICKLY getting rid of pelvic rotation through a combination of a self reset (mobilization) techniques, and re-balancing the muscles and soft tissue in (and around) the lower back, hips, and pelvis. All of these rotated pelvis stretching exercises are easy, effective and may give instant pain relief... even in as little as 30 SECONDS! WATCH now and fix a rotated pelvis at home! CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro 1:13 Pelvic Self Reset 3:09 Pelvic Re-balancing Exercises 10:25 Don't Miss This One... * Dr. Michael Rowe St. Joseph, Michigan chiropractor If you are looking for effective neck, back, or sciatica pain relief, contact us at 269-408-8439 or visit us at 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Your local St. Joseph | Benton Harbor | Stevensville Michigan chiropractor SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center 3134 Niles Rd Saint Joseph, MI 49085 MEDICAL DISCLAIMER All information, content, and material of this video or website is for informational and demonstration purposes only. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. Don’t use this content as a replacement for treatment and advice given by your doctor or health care provider. Consult with your doctor or healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. By watching this video, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center (and its representatives) for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. USE OF THIS CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. #posture #posturecorrection #chiropractic
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🤸 learn more about #flexibility in the next 10 minutes than you have in the past 10 years. Watch my 3 part video course here: 🤍 A strong, healthy lower back is essential for a pain-free life and improved athletic performance Unfortunately, many people suffer from anterior pelvic tilt, a common posture issue characterized by a protruding belly and forward tilt of the hips. This condition is often caused by tight hip flexors and weak abdominal muscles and glutes, leading to lower back pain and reduced mobility. In this video, I’ll be sharing with you 4 exercises designed to help fix anterior pelvic tilt and improve your lower back health. The exercises include the hollow body hold, supine single leg hip thrust, loaded hip flexor stretch, and loaded Jefferson curl hold. Each exercise is designed to target specific muscle groups and help you achieve a more balanced and healthy posture. By performing these exercises 3 sets 3 times a week, you can expect to see an improvement in your anterior pelvic tilt, giving lower back pain relief, fixing your posture and improved overall mobility and strength. Don't miss out on this opportunity to transform your lower back health and say goodbye to anterior pelvic tilt once and for all We only promote products that we truly believe in and that we use ourselves. Using our ambassador and affiliate links makes us a small commission (at no cost to you), and it helps keep us in business! 🤍VPAAustralia (🤍 These are the highest quality supplements on the market! If you are outside Australia, contact VPA and tell them we sent you. They will set up an exclusive flat rate for international shipping. 🤍vpa.com.au/RAD10 Use this code for 10% discount on orders over $60: RAD10 🤍BobandBrad (🤍 These guys are the real deal. Together they have over 50 years of experience and knowledge as physical therapists and fitness experts. Q2 Mini Massage Gun: USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 C2 Massage Gun: USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Amazon Affiliate Links for our must have equipment Peanut massage ball USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 — Are You An Aspiring Content Creator? Here’s what we use to produce our videos: * CAMERA GEAR * Sony A6100 Camera USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Sony 18-105mm F4 Lens: USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Sony - E 10-18mm F4 OSS Wide-Angle Zoom Lens USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 DJI Avata FPV Drone for breakthrough in FPV visuals USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 DJI RSC 2-3-Axis Gimbal for DSLR & Mirrorless Cameras USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Manfrotto MK190X3-2W 190 aluminium tripod for stills USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 *MICS* Shure SM7B Vocal Dynamic microphone for podcasts USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Rode Wireless GO II Single Channel wireless mic for videos USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Elgato Wave low profile swivel boom mic arm for podcasts USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 * LIGHTING * Philips Hue Bridge Smart Lighting Hub USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Philips Hue Play White & Color Smart Light, 2 Pack Base kit USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Philips Hue Lily White & Color Outdoor Smart Spot Light Extension USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Elgato Stream Deck XL USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍 Elgato Green Screen - Collapsible Chroma Key Backdrop USA: 🤍 AUS: 🤍
The exercise videos for low back pain were created by the Canadian Chiropractic Guideline Initiative (CCGI) and are based on the latest clinical practice guidelines (2017). Exercises conceptualized & demonstrated by: Nadia Richer, Caroline Poulin (professors, UQTR); Narration : André Bussières (CCGI Project
Dr. Rowe shows the bridge walk exercise. This exercise will help engage the pelvic floor muscles, helping to not only give quick relief, but also help strengthen the pelvis (and sacrum) muscles for long-lasting results. It requires no equipment, can be done at home throughout the day, and may give instant pelvic pain relief... even within seconds. Let us know how it works for you! * Dr. Michael Rowe St. Joseph, Michigan chiropractor If you are looking for effective neck, back, or sciatica pain relief, contact us at 269-408-8439 or visit us at 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Your local St. Joseph | Benton Harbor | Stevensville Michigan chiropractor SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center 3134 Niles Rd Saint Joseph, MI 49085 MEDICAL DISCLAIMER All information, content, and material of this video or website is for informational and demonstration purposes only. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. Don’t use this content as a replacement for treatment and advice given by your doctor or health care provider. Consult with your doctor or healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. By watching this video, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center (and its representatives) for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. USE OF THIS CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. #pelvicfloorexercises #pelvicpain #pelvis
THE VIDEO DEMONSTRATES THE BONES, LIGAMENTS, MEMBRANE AND MUSCLES FORMING THE WALLS OF THE BONY PELVIS. IT ALSO SHOWS HOW TO HOLD IT IN ANATOMICAL POSITION; STRUCTUTES FORMING THE PLANES OF PELVIC INLET, OUTLET AND CAVITY; MUSCLES OF PELVIC FLOOR/ DIAPHRAGM; CONTENTS OF LESSER PELVIS AND STRUCTUTES CROSSING PELVIC BRIM.
Do you have an Anterior Pelvic Tilt? If so, you might have constant tight hips or can even be prone to SI Joint pain. Try this movement to help build body awareness so you can learn to balance your pelvis and reduce pain in your back! #anteriorpelvictilt #sijointpain #sijointrelief #pelvichealth #fitnesstips Click the link to try WeShape for free: 🤍
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Diagnostic Imaging is a critical tool for an accurate diagnosis of orthopaedic conditions, and OrthoGeorgia is proud to offer state of the art digital imaging to our valued patients. MRI is used to evaluate muscle, ligaments, tendons, nerves, cartilage, and bone. It is a noninvasive study that provides a great amount of information. This video shows what you can expect during a MRI scan of the pelvis and hips at OrthoGeorgia. For more information about OrthoGeorgia's Diagnostic Imaging Services, 🤍 For more information about OrthoGeorgia, visit 🤍 #diagnosticimaging #mri #hipmri #wristmri #pelvisinjury #hippain #orthopaedics #orthopedics
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Extra abnormal fluid in early pregnancy can signify that it can be ruptured ectopic pregnancy. Usually blood which is collected in pouch of Douglas in ruptured ectopic pregnancy will give hypoequioc areas on sononography which will be seen as abnormal fluid collection in sonography. Sometimes it can be associated with PID as well.
Everything You Need to Know About Pelvic Motion - Explained in 5 Minutes The pelvis is one of the most important structures in the axial skeleton. The pelvis contains the sacrum, ilium and ischium bones which are have the attachment sites of many of the most important muscles and ligaments in the body. The sacroiliac joint has small motions, maybe 2° on each side, but these motions are crucial for force storage and release during upright propulsive activities. When talking about motions of the pelvis, we have two broad categories: Relative motions: The small movements between the sacrum and ilium and the associated movements of the lumbar spine and hips. Orientation: Movement of the entire pelvis as a unit in space. If we are oriented we typically don't have access to relative motions to the degree we would if we were in a less forward position with respect to our center of mass. When it comes to orientations of the pelvis, we have anterior pelvic tilt, posterior pelvic tilt, lateral pelvic tilt, and anterior orientation without significant pelvic tilt. While anterior pelvic tilt is an obvious forward movement, the posterior pelvic tilt which is often associated with a swayback posture is also a forward movement of the pelvis. When the lower half of the pelvis moves forward more than the upper half, you get a posterior tilted but anteriorly oriented pelvis and a tight glute area that we see in a swayback individual. To improve range of motion and restore sacroiliac joint movement, we need to reorient our pelvis in space on the proper axis. To do this, we need to identify which aspect of the pelvis is forward and the axis of movement, and then we need to do activities that allow us to move away from this tendency in the opposing direction. If you need help figuring out a plan to help reorient your pelvis to restore relative motions, visit 🤍 to book a consult. 00:00 - Intro 00:22 - What are the two main types of Pelvic Motion? 00:48 - How do we know if we have access to relative motions? 01:10 - What are the relative motions within the Pelvis? 01:25 - Movement of the Ilium 02:10 - Movement of the Sacrum 02:30 - Associated Movements of the Sacrum and Ilium 02:58 - Relative Motion While Walking 03:30 - What is Pelvic Orientation? 03:54 - How do we know if we have a Pelvic Orientation? 04:12 - Anterior Pelvic Tilt 04:25 - Posterior Pelvic Tilt 04:41 - Anterior Orientation Without Pelvic Tilt 04:59 - Lateral Pelvic Tilt 05:32 - How to Restore Relative Motions 06:23 - Thanks for Watching
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[Exercise Advice] Tag someone you know who has been having issues with running or needs these exercises! I have been seeing a lot of runners lately and this exercise progression has been a staple in their program. If you watch someone run (thats just what us movement enthusiasts do when people run by us) you’ll notice that almost everyone has a different running style/running gait. It is easy to get caught up in picking apart someone’s running gait, but do certain impairments actually matter⁉️ 🤍Lenmacpt did an awesome post on whether a pathological gait is associated with common soft tissue running injuries, be sure to check it out to get the full details. In summary, according to a recent study by Bramah et al. 2018 ➡️ every 1 degree increase in pelvic drop ➡️ 80% increase in being injured. Contralateral pelvic drop in single-leg stance is something I definitely address if it seems related to someone’s pain/dysfunction. Demonstrated in this video is how to identify and address contralateral pelvic drop with progression-based pelvic stability exercises. Details regarding exercises below ⤵️ 1️⃣ Here is a still shot just to appreciate what is ideal and not ideal. I tucked my shirt in just so you could see on the left my shorts are parallel to the ground, on the right not so much. 2️⃣ Level 1 exercise is an isometric hold. I like having people perform this exercise in front of a mirror just to establish body awareness of what pelvic stability looks/feels like. 3️⃣ Level 2 exercise is a dynamic hip hike/hip drop. Learning how to control moving in and out of this position is important with helping to slow it down and prevent excessive motion when it matters (for instance with running) 4️⃣ Level 3 is a dynamic SL reverse step down. Again on the left is ideal, on the right not so much. Side-by-side is provided to get an appreciation as to what to look for. _ The Prehab Guys: Optimizing human movement and performance, promoting longevity, and keeping your movement system in tune one post at a time. Instilling new meaning into #physicaltherapy. Follow us on IG, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and make sure to visit 🤍ThePrehabGuys.com. The information provided is not medical advice.
These Pelvic Floor Exercises are some of my favorites. Since the pelvic floor muscles are small, it doesn’t take a lot of movement to work them, so it's best to start with a little and slowly work up. Watch more pelvic exercises here: 🤍 The pelvic floor is a group of small muscles along the floor of the pelvis. They help support organs in the pelvis and help with stability in the hip area. The first exercise is going to be a pelvic tilt. When done correctly, you are not using your legs to tilt at the pelvis, just your pelvic muscles. Then you can progress to doing pelvic clocks. It’s just like it sounds by imagining you have a clock on your tummy. Then you can tilt at different angles of the clock. The next exercise is a progressive movement, so you can start with each movement at a time. Place a ball in between your knees. Go into a pelvic tilt and squeeze the ball. If those are easy, then lift your feet to where your hips and knees are at about a 90-degree angle. Then if that’s easy, you can place your hands on the front of your thighs to also activate your hip flexors by pushing into your hands. Try to keep your tilt the whole time. The last two exercises focus on the obturator internus muscle. It also attaches to the femur bone to help with stability. So it’s a great general hip exercise as well. Place the ball in between your knees again, and while you squeeze into the ball, push your feet outward without moving them with an isometric squeeze. Finally, wrap a belt or strap around your ankles, and roll onto your stomach. Bend your knees so your feet are up toward the ceiling. Push out into the belt like you are pushing your feet away from each other, and at the same time tighten your core by tucking your tailbone in. Related Videos: 7 Best Pelvic Stabilization Exercises: 🤍 7 Best Pelvic Stabilization Exercises (Moderate): 🤍 = Dr. Jo is a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. SUPPORT Ask Doctor Jo on Patreon for as little as $1 a month, and get cool rewards: 🤍 = Top 5 Pelvic Floor Exercises: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This content (the video, description, links, and comments) is not medical advice or a treatment plan and is intended for general education and demonstration purposes only. This content should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any health, medical, or physical condition. Don’t use this content to avoid going to your own healthcare professional or to replace the advice they give you. Consult with your healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. You agree to indemnify and hold harmless Ask Doctor Jo, LLC, its officers, employees, and contractors for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. Ask Doctor Jo, LLC makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. Use of this content is at your sole risk.
Does your pelvis feel locked up and tight and it just feels like it needs to be released with a pop or crack? Dr. Rowe shows how to self pop your pelvis for INSTANT PAIN RELIEF! All of these pelvic self mobilization exercises are EASY, effective and can give fast relief, even in as little as 30 SECONDS. As a bonus, these mobility exercises can be done at home or work, pretty much ANYPLACE and ANYTIME! That way you'll be able to release pressure in the pelvis QUICKLY, and get the pop or crack you're looking for. WATCH now and safely pop your pelvis at home for quick relief! Link to foam roller: 🤍 Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:38 Pelvic Corkscrew 3:24 Standing Corkscrew 5:24 Anywhere Pelvic Mobilizer 6:49 SI Joint Opener 8:44 Foam Roller Method * Dr. Michael Rowe St. Joseph, Michigan chiropractor If you are looking for effective neck, back, or sciatica pain relief, contact us at 269-408-8439 or visit us at 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Your local St. Joseph | Benton Harbor | Stevensville Michigan chiropractor SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center 3134 Niles Rd Saint Joseph, MI 49085 MEDICAL DISCLAIMER All information, content, and material of this video or website is for informational and demonstration purposes only. It is not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a qualified physician or healthcare provider. Don’t use this content as a replacement for treatment and advice given by your doctor or health care provider. Consult with your doctor or healthcare professional before doing anything contained in this content. By watching this video, you agree to indemnify and hold harmless SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center (and its representatives) for any and all losses, injuries, or damages resulting from any and all claims that arise from your use or misuse of this content. SpineCare Decompression and Chiropractic Center makes no representations about the accuracy or suitability of this content. USE OF THIS CONTENT IS AT YOUR OWN RISK. #backpain #backpainrelief #chiropractor
Ready to thrust into the next lesson of the anatomy of the Pelvis? In this video I’ll teach you how to draw a pelvis from any angle. I’ll show you how to draw the pelvis with accurately simplified forms, placement of land marks, and perspective. This method of construction enables you to easily manage the complex forms of the pelvis while keeping everything where it needs to be. GIVEAWAY *Completed* If you’d like to win premium membership to the Anatomy course follow these simple steps! 1) Subscribe to my my channel at youtube.com/prokotv. 2) Go to facebook.com/prokotv and share this video. ASSIGNMENT IMAGES: 🤍 - Full Access to Anatomy Drawing Videos - 🤍 Don't miss new tutorials, signup for my mailing list - 🤍 Follow Proko: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 Email Newsletter- 🤍 - CREDITS: Music used with permission - Intro by 🤍 3D Model - Marc Camacho Editing - Dzmitry Tsykzik, Stan Prokopenko, Sean Ramsey (🤍) Artist/Camera/Script - Stan Prokopenko (🤍) #Sketching #Artists #Perspective
Welcome to Soton Brain hub - the brain explained! In this video we take a look at the hypogastric plexus and how sympathetic and parasympathetic nerve fibres contribute to it to supply the viscera of the pelvis. Why not subscribe to get notified about our new uploads. If you find the video useful please hit the like button!