So I slowed it down, rescreened the body, which was easy as I knew that it most likely was in the hip or below. She had a reduction in ankle motion in which the talus was stuck in anterior glide and plantarflexion by 15-20 degrees, in the left foot effectively orienting the lower leg to the right, subtle though. Still very functional, the ankle did not hurt and she was completely unaware of it. It did provoke a mild muscle inhibition involving the tibialis anterior, but she was also unaware of it.
I restored normal motion in her SIJ, her rib joint, and her AC joint. I never touched them for treatment, just to reeval.
What did I treat?
I treated the ankle complex. The rest was her body's way of compensating reflexively. The stuck motion above was reflexively controlled by muscle, nothing was "out of joint" except one thing; her ankle!
Yes to whole-body evaluation and treatment, yes to everything is connected, etc.