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The Pelvic Rotator Cuff is a concept of muscle and fascial support similar to the shoulder rotator cuff. It is located deep in the pelvis and provides essential support for internal organs; stability for the sacroiliac,symphysis pubis, lumbosacral and hip joint structures; and dynamic stability for upright stance and walking. Muscles included in the Pelvic Rotator Cuff are the obturator internus and externus, pelvic and urogenital diaphragms, external anal and urethral sphincters and hip adductors. Understanding the form and function of the Pelvic Rotator Cuff is a major key to diagnosing and treating pelvic musculoskeletal and urogenital dysfunction. From early childhood development that enables standing and walking as well as bowel and bladder control to the deterioration of the system with aging, this book provides an understanding of how to treat Pelvic Rotator Cuff dysfunction to minimize problems in low back, hip, knee and ankle dysfunction as well as standing and walking, and bowel and bladder control.