When the pubic bone is subluxated, the subluxated pubic ramus leaps upwards, which causes a tilt of the wing of ilium up- and backwards (pelvic tilt), what at the same time leads to a subluxation of the Ilio-sacral joint on the same side.
A subluxation of pubic bone and Ilio sacral joint effects also the sacrum, which then tilts. A dislocation of the sacrum is the consequence.
Besides that a subluxation of pubic bone and Ilio-sacral joint leads via the muscle Quadratus lumborum to a blockage of the 4th and 5th lumbar vertebra.
As long as subluxations of pubic bone and Ilio-sacral joint with the following tilting of coccyx, sacrum and pelvis had not yet been removed and the 4th and 5th lumbar vertebrae had not been deblocked and an inclination of the pelvis has not been removed, the spine cannot straighten up and healing or recovery of a scoliosis of the lumbar spine is impossible.