The ramus of the ischium is the portion of the ischium that extends downwards from the body of the ischium, then turns anteriorly and unites with the inferior ramus of the pubic bone.Click to see full answer. In this regard, where is the ischial?ski?m/) forms the lower and back part of the hip bone (os coxae). Situated below the ilium and behind the pubis, it is one of these three bones whose fusion creates the hip. The superior portion of this bone forms approximately one third of the acetabulum.Also, where is the sit bone located? Anatomically part of your pelvis (the ischial tuberosity, to be exact), the sit bones are quite literally the bones under the flesh of the butt that you sit on. When you sit up straight, you’re balancing on your sit bones. Also asked, what muscles attach to the ischial Ramus? There are a number of powerful muscular attachments to the ischium, most notably the hamstrings (biceps femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus) as well as quadratus femoris, obturator externus and adductor magnus (see Figs 11.2A/B).How do you fix ischial tuberosity pain?Prolotherapy is a regenerative treatment that successfully treats ischial tuberosity pain. Prolotherapy injections to the sacrotuberous ligaments and the hamstring tendon attachment will stimulate repair of these damaged areas. A comprehensive exam by the experienced Prolotherapist is vital for a thorough treatment.