Preparation for 3-dimensional analyses of golf swing Twenty-two reflective markers were attached to the right and left heels, the right and left ankles (lateral malleolus), the right and left toes (dorsal surface over the second metatarsal head), the right and left knees (lateral condyle of femoral bone), the right and left anterior and posterior superior iliac spine, the right and left thighs (between the knee and the anterior superior iliac spines), the right and left tibiae (between the knee and ankle markers), the C7 and Th10 spinous processes, the xiphoid process of the sternum (STRN), the jugular notch where the clavicle meets the sternum, and the right and left acromioclavicular joints of each subject (Figure 1-A, B).
What does PSIS stand for?
PSIS stands for Posterior Superior Iliac Spine
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We have 66 other meanings of PSIS in our Acronym Attic
- Product Security Incident Response Team (Cisco systems)
- Public Services International Research Unit
- Persatuan Sepakbola Seluruh Indonesia (Malay: All Indonesia Football Association)
- Personal Space Invasion Syndrome
- Personal Spine Information Service (central NHS database containing clinical records for each NHS patient)
- Philippine Society for Industrial Security
- Plastic Surgery Information Service
- Police Station Information System (UK)
- Population and Social Integration Section
- Positioning System with Integrated Services
- Postsecondary Student Information System (national survey; Canada)
- Pounds Per Square Inch
- Preparatory School for International Students (Ukraine)
- Private Security and Investigative Services (Canada)
- Private Security Investigator Specialist
- Programme for Strategic and International Security Studies
- Public Safety Information Systems
- Public Service Investment Society (New Zealand)
- Pyro's Single Image Stereogram maker
- Prime Systems Integration Services Contract
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sectioning of the anterior SI ligaments and the sacrospinous ligaments allowed the pelvis to completely open, until the point of bony abutment by the posterior superior iliac spines (PSISs).
The TTM group received treatment to specific massage points located along two lines on either side of the spine--beginning at 2cm above the posterior superior iliac spine (PSIS) and ending at C7.