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... chronic pain for so many years, and they mention a discrepancy in leg length, I always wonder if the leg has been physically measured and you know for sure that one is physically shorter. ... (11 replies)
... to get results. holidays always trigger stress, its suppose to be a happy perfect time. but it always ends up like a performance. i noticed my pain was higher when im mad or fighting about something. the thing that i dont get is how the human back just all the sudden went to hell. how could it be so weak. ... (22 replies)
... I know general foot wisdom is that one should change shoes and mix up the height of the "heel" a bit... ... (11 replies)

... It is fairly normal for the hip area to be involved when one has lower lumbar issues, and problems with the SI joints. ... (13 replies)
Retrolisthesis
Sep 1, 2011
... y that it is cutting off the nerve. The "interesting" thing about a spondylolisthesis is that the symptoms a patient experiences can change. Pain can move from one leg to the other, sometimes it will be in both legs. ... (10 replies)
... Wow! That was extremely helpful. All things I have suspected, but not one person has pinpointed. I keep getting shifted from specialist to specialist. ... (3 replies)
... musculature. It is possible you are compensating for the scoliosis or whatever other changes may have come about as a result of the fusion. You may be favoring one side without realizing it, may have pelvic rotation, etc. There are so many things that "could" be causing the symptoms you describe.... ... (3 replies)
... My therapist showed me how to "reset" my SI joints so that I can keep my pelvis more level. From favoring one side for 3 years prior to surgery, I am weaker on one side than the other. Sometimes I feel uneven when I am standing, like one hip is higher. ... (22 replies)
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Source of pain
Mar 8, 2006
... t resort. I had an injection that lasted 2 years and continued working as a carpenter. Had I known better I would at that time found work that was less stressful on my spine. I also have to sit on one butt cheek only I have to sit on my left butt cheek and sleep on my left side. ... (1 replies)
Question?
Feb 23, 2005
... having a little trouble transfering my foot from the gas to the brake and the pain was in my shin as well as my butt! LOL My back pain seems to be more severe on one side than the other. Like I can life my left leg higher than I can the right. ... (2 replies)
... rds and while I don't usually suffer back pain, I have this problem that I've had for years now, ever since I was in an accident hit from behind. I get this pain on my right hip bone and it's bad enough to where I can't sleep on that side. ... (8 replies)
... hits you "wrong," it can be just as damaging. Some seats will cut you wrong in the back of the thigh. Usually the best position is when the knee and hip are on the same plane... ... (11 replies)
... which was actually the school I went to Hig School at. It happened when I was outside on lunch duty with the Middle schoolers. A completely out of the blue thing... ... (23 replies)
... You may be different but I can move my SI joint when it is wrong and it usually stays right. If you lie flat on your back, you should be able to feel your hip bones are level. Sometimes one of mine is higher by an inch or so. If this happens I bend up both my knees and have my feet flat. ... (31 replies)
... If this shorter leg thing is new to you, you might want to get it checked out. Sometimes people are told one leg is shorter than the other, when in reality it turns out that the pelvis is rotated and it causes one hip to be carried higher than the other! ... (3 replies)
... Just stumbled on this site, as I was searching the web for some answers, as I am in more pain than I have ever been in my life any feel like I'm at the end of my rope. ... (10 replies)
... When there is an injury, the natural reaction of the body is to compensate by picking up the slack on the opposite side...or to do whatever is necessary to keep the body stable and upright. We make these adjustments without even realizing we are doing it. ... (6 replies)
... she has always had anemia issues and was on iron. She also started getting slight increase in sed rate , plus swelling of her fingers with lots of pain. ... (13 replies)
... People often think they have one leg that is shorter than the other, when in reality it is because one hip is carried higher than the other. Following on up the spine, this rotation results in one shoulder being carried higher than the other, and usually, or at least, often, the head to carried too far forward. ... (9 replies)




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