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... what to do when you have 1 hip higher than the other and 1 leg shorter than the other. I hurt all down my right side and my back spasms all the time to where i fall down and scream, the muscles tighten and wont come apart again. What is causing this to happen? ... (8 replies)
... I have an SI joint dysfunction and the Dr. ... (8 replies)
... One hip being higher than the other can mean a lot of different things. When I was 13, my mother noticed that one of my hips where higher than the other, and it turned out I had scoliosis. ... (1 replies)

... i have one hip higher than the other. ... (4 replies)
... What does it mean if your one hip is higher than the other (1 replies)
... I think this is quite common. I have the same problem but have found the Egoscue method to be very helpful, especially something called The Tower, which actually evens the hips over time as it also works on the psoas muscle which is a big contributor to uneven hips. ... (4 replies)
... Welcome to the board. I am sorry you having problems and in so much pain. ... (8 replies)
... specialist close by ya know, my husband just left a week ago as he got his cdl so hes on 6 wek training or more, then he gets somewhat regular hours, but most of the time he will be home weekends, docs aint open then. I have no way of gettin to appointments now as im not allowed to drive in my condition. ... (8 replies)
... cal care and I suffered a really long time with it. I was even told not to have children by an orthopaedic surgeon because he wasn't sure my spine would support the weight of carrying a child to term and might put me and the baby at risk. Pish! ... (8 replies)
... sound like me kinda, mine is hurtin both sides, at the bottom of my back in the middle, cause it been broke b4 but its been injured again. ... (8 replies)
... hey, yeah i have been going to the chiropractor, he took x rays and sent them off to a specialist, thats how i know, and i also have a growth at the bottom of my spine, which h said looks like arthritis from it previously bring broken and something else. and one of the disks is damaged and showing a nerve. ... (8 replies)
... If you really want to find out what the cause of your pain is, I would go to a spinal specialist, who will probably want a MRI. ... (8 replies)
... OK, now that you describe the appointment, it sounds like from the physical exam and neurologic tests that the doctor was able to surmise what is causing your pain. Now you just have to wonder what is causing the sacroiliitis, if that is indeed what it is. ... (13 replies)
... Is it the height of the heel that is bothering your newly engineered back? ... (11 replies)
... I work at the YMCA and used to be an OT before my kids came along, so know what I should and should not do. ... (3 replies)
Oct 7, 2012
... I would get the appropriate tests to rule out any form of Psoriatic Arthritis because I imagine the joint pain is a separate problem from your back issues. ... (13 replies)
CT scan
Feb 15, 2011
... The first thing that jumps out is the term scoliosis. In a scoliosis, the spine curves from side to side, rather like the shape of a C or S...rather than running straight up and down. The "dextro" before the term "scoliosis" refers to the direction of the curve. ... (1 replies)
... are higher than the right side. This is obvious on my xray and yet no one has mentioned it. I see on the net that this can be fixed by adjustment, then again I am told you need a shoe lift. Who shall I see, can I stretch this somehow. ... (12 replies)
... which used to take the brunt of the majority of most movement, the SI joints are now the first area that must take up the slack. What used to be spread among several pairs of vertebrae must now be handled by the SI joints. ... (3 replies)
... Unfortunately any high impact event such as a motor vehicle accident seems to bring on osteoarthritis in the spine much sooner than it might develop otherwise. I'm afraid this is one thing you will be dealing with into the future. ... (4 replies)

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