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ATP-214: Care, Treatment, and Prevention of Athletic Injuries Week 3
- Hyperextension is limited by the iliofemoral ligament.
- The pubofemoral ligament restricts abduction and hyperextension.
- The ischiofemoral ligament limits extension.
- anterior pelvic tilt “butt syndrome”; aids hip extension; tight hip flexors and back extensors, weak abs and hip extensors
- A posterior pelvic tilt aids hip flexion; tight abs and hip extensors, weak back extensors and hip flexors
- lordotic curve – postural curve as a result of AP tilt
- flatback curve posture curvature caused by PP tilt
- The femoral triangle is made up of femoral nerves, an artery, and a vein, as well as the inguinal ligament (superior), sartorius (lateral), and adductor longus (medial)