- Gillette Test
- Standing Wall Test
- Patient Standing, examination in 2 parts:
- Examiner palpates the PSIS & S2 tubercle (spinous process) then instructs the patient to slowly march in place, examiner observes motion.
- Examiner then repeats manoeuvre palpating the PIIS and sacral apex and compares bilaterally.
Pain Sacroiliac or pubic joint sprain, pelvic fracture.
Abnormal motion hyper-mobility or hypo-mobility of sacroiliac joint
- Patient prone, examiner applies force over the sacral base and ischial tuberosity to check SI flexion. Test repeated with force applied over the sacral apex & PSIS to check SI extension
- Patient seated, examiner palpates medial edge of PSIS & instructs patient to adduct & abduct thighs (flare test).