A 39-year-old male presents to clinic with complaints of low back pain after falling during a game of recreational basketball. He states that most of his pain is located around his “tail bone”. He rates the pain a 4/10 at worst and denies any radiation of his pain. Osteopathic structural examination reveals a positive seated flexion test on the right. The right sacral sulcus is more posterior than the left and the left ILA is more anterior than the right. Which of the following correctly describes all the somatic dysfunctions that can be associated with the results of this patient’s seated flexion test?