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If a right-sided psoas syndrome is suspected in a patient with a left innominate posterior dysfunction, which lumbar dysfunction is likely to be present?



A. L1 Neutral, sidebent left and rotated right
B. L2 Extended, sidebent left and rotated left
C. L1 Flexed, sidebent right and rotated right
D. L2 Flexed, sidebent left and rotated left
E. L4 Neutral, sidebent right and rotated left

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Asked by Babydoctor, Last updated: Dec 18, 2019

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Answered Oct 08, 2017

L1 Flexed, sidebent right and rotated right

In a psoas syndrome, a high lumbar dysfunction is likely to be present. Specifically, the lumbar dysfunction will be flexed, sidebent, and rotated to the side of the tight psoas. In this case, L1 would be flexed, rotated right, and sidebent right.
 

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