Here’s what Dr. Ian J. Harrington, B.A.Sc., P. Eng.,M.D., F.R.C.S. , M.S., MSc had to say regarding overcompensation … published in a white paper for The Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal
It is often claimed, for example, that a compensable back condition with acute sciatica has resulted in limping, which in turn has caused a tear of a knee meniscus. The opposite claim is also made; that a preexisting congenital or degenerative back disorder is aggravated by limping, secondary to a compensable knee injury such as a meniscal tear or post-traumatic chondromalacia of the patella.
Here’s a study on pelvic tilting published by the Life University Institutional Review Board
Posterior tilting of the pelvis has been recommended as an exercise for relief of LBP since at least as far back as the 1980s3, 4 and can still occasionally be found in patient education literature and Internet sites.most patients performing a pelvic tilt maneuver have found some pain relief, and many of those patients seemed to have mechanical LBP with a relatively uncomplicated, favorable response to conservative care.
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