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ASL - RTC

ASL - RTC. Patient rests on their left side, right side up. Stand in front of the Patient. Stance line is the AP Line taken from the lateral view. Right Convergence Angle used to set angle of shoulders Right Ulna is positioned parallel to the AP Line.

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ASL - RTC

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  1. ASL - RTC

  2. Patient rests on their left side, right side up. Stand in front of the Patient. Stance line is the AP Line taken from the lateral view. Right Convergence Angle used to set angle of shoulders Right Ulna is positioned parallel to the AP Line. Do Not wrap stabilization thumb on the right hand. Tissue Pull is A-P, S-I with 180o Clockwise Torque. Use 180o Clockwise Torque for adjustment.

  3. ASL - RTC Left Protracto View 21o Right Convergence Angle Base Posterior Accommodate the Shoulders first to the APL and then the Right convergence line. Episternal Notch will be anterior and inferior to the contact point. Contact the anterior inferior Atlas Transverse Process. 12o Atlas Plane Line Lateral cervical

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