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  • Pelvic Malalignment Syndrome

    Malalignment syndrome is a term used to describe a musculoskeletal condition characterized by various asymmetries and imbalances in the body's alignment and muscle function. It is not widely recognized as a specific medical diagnosis but rather a descriptive term used by some healthcare professionals to explain a pattern of findings in patients with musculoskeletal issues.

  • What is Pelvic Malalignment Syndrome

    In tennis, pelvic malalignment can occur due to the rotational forces and deceleration nature of the sport. Pelvic malalignment syndrome is one of the most common injuries that we see with our sports.


    Pelvic misalignment can be a common issue among athletes, especially those involved in rotational sports like tennis. When the muscles around the pelvic area and pelvic girdle become abnormally tight, it can disrupt the body's ability to adapt and lead to imbalances and discomfort.

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