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As well as the musculoskeletal element being dynamic, there is a constant change in the internal physiological and fluid dynamics which will have an effect on the whole body. On this, Campbe1l4 succinctly states: given these considerations the importance of the centre of gravity as the centre of mass of body tissue ceases itself to be of vital importance and gives way to the idea of a centre of balance between the internal forces, gravity and environmental factors. In the balanced and integrated body there will be a unique relationship between this 'centre of balance' and the centre of gravity.

A) Posterior view. (B) Lateral view. The three triangles of force and the three unities If the two PC lines and the PA line are superimposed on each other, three triangles appear. These are termed, rather descriptively, the little, lower and upper triangles. 25. The little triangle has its base at the femoral articulations of the acetabulae, and its apex anterior to the body of the L3 vertebra. The lower triangle shares the same base as the little triangle, but the apex passes up to the anterior aspect of the T4.

64). These represent points of mobility either side of a relatively hypomobile stable thoracic group. Thus the central arch supports the spine: the cephalad end of the arch is a foundation for the compression originating from the head and neck, and the caudad end is also the point of suspension from L3 and below for the pelvis and lower extremities. Thus the central arch runs from TS to L2. It is sometimes referred to as the double arch as it is comprised of both a kyphotic arch and a lordotic arch (Fig.

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