Due to the subluxations of the joints of the pubic bone and the Ilio-sacral joint the lower part of the wing of ilium tilts forward and the upper part of the wing of ilium towards the back. This process I called a pelvic tilt.
The simultaneous movement forward of the lower part of the wing of ilium with the ischium leads to a lengthening of a leg, which however has nothing to do with a lengthening of a leg due to subluxations of hip, knee or/and ankles. Both causes can be easily distinguished by examinating the length of the legs.
Unfortunately the tilt of the pelvis does not automatically vanish, like one should expect it. This means, that after the correction of the subluxation of the pubic bone and the tilt of the sacrum, the tilt of the pelvis still remains and has to be treated separately.