Subluxation means partly luxated. A subluxation of a joint causes a dislocation and tilt of different parts of the joint.
There are three damages at the joints of the leg, which are of decisive importance for human health, however unknown in classical medicine.
These are subluxations of hip, knee- and ankle joint. Every of these three subluxations of the joint produce a lengthening of the leg.
Normally the longer leg is the pathological finding and not the shorter one.
At the pelvis we find subluxations at the pubic bone and the ilio-sacral joint with the subsequent tilting of coccyx, sacrum and pelvis.
At the shoulder girdle these are damages at the joints of collar bone and breast bone, and at the head at the mandibular joints.