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... and is usually accompanied by scoliosis. The other is a true leg length difference where the bones in one leg are shorter than the other. ... (5 replies)
... be tied to a leg length discrepancy? ... (5 replies)
... Although I rarely recommend chiropractors, you might be a good candidate. They can be very effective in restoring proper leg length, and it doesn't look, from your MRI, that they might damage anything. ... (5 replies)

... When you write leg length discrpeancy, LLD, do you mean anatomical leg length difference as in the bone in one leg being physically longer or shorter than the same bone in the other leg? ... (3 replies)
... I have more or less the same problem. I am sixteen and have scoliosis which has degenerated rapidly in the past 3 years. Right now its a 32degree curve. ... (3 replies)
... Please let me know if you have ever heard of Congenital Scoliosis CAUSING LLD. ... (3 replies)
... I too have scoliosis, although mine is mild. I don't know the technical data as it's never been investigated thoroughly by a specialist. My right leg is shorter than my left. My left hip is higher than my right, and as a result my left ribs stick out more than my right. ... (5 replies)
... Also, her gait didn't seem quite right. Monday, they determined that one leg is 4 cm longer than the other. They discovered that even when she hops, one foot touches the floor before the other one. ... (3 replies)
... I have one leg "longer" than the other, too. I have a severe scoliosis. I can stand on my left foot with my leg completely straight and freely swing my right foot. ... (5 replies)
... You could experiment with a small lift in your shoe to equalize the length of your legs, to see if that helps. ... (5 replies)
... Search SIJD on google. I have functional very mild scoliosis that I found out about 6 months ago. ... (4 replies)
... Almost every chiropractor will tell you that one leg is longer than the other. It seems to be standard practice. ... (3 replies)
... Been there, done that! I made two HUGE mistakes in 5 years. The first was going to a chiro of whom convinced me for a while that my scoliosis could be not only kept under control but "in many cases improved tremendously with his chiropractic care". ... (3 replies)
... Kippy, One of my legs appears 1/2 inch shorter because of my scoliosis. I did not have congenital scoliosis, but developed it when I was around 9. My parent's didn't do anything about it thanks to bad advice from the pediatrician. When I was 22 my top curve was 49 degrees and my lower was 19. I had harrington rod surgery at 22 for the top curve. I'm 44 now and just had... (3 replies)
... I went to a chiropractic to review my back, since I've had problems for years. I work seat all day on the computer. I took a series of x-ray from the back only, and with the one from the hip, he saw an inclination from the right side to the left side, so he diagnosis I have a shorter leg. The back looks with an inclination to the left too, so he told me I have scoliosis. ... (3 replies)
... he hips are not in exact alignment as they should be, this in turn will add to more problems down the road with lumbar issues which may not be initally caused by Scoliosis itself, but you did say she has a lumbar curve so this will probably only add to it if her gait is way off. ... (3 replies)
... Yes is is possible. Scoliosis can cause many forms of pain and cause disc to degenerate quicker than usual. You need to see a scoliosis specialist and possibly get an MRI. I waited too long and I regret it. Finding out what degree your curve is is pretty important. ... (8 replies)
... Any congenital scoliosis patients out there who could please help me on this? ... (3 replies)
... It's quite likely though not certain that you have a leg length discrpancy causing the difference in hip height. A shoe lift is relatively easy and inexpensive fix. The therapist will help you with this. ... (6 replies)
... There are two types of LLD true or anatomical LLD is when the bones in one leg are actually shorter than the other. ... (3 replies)

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