Hi.I have led length discrepancy due to twisted pelvis and lower back pain on my right side.Sometimes i feel pain in my hamstring as well.I was in couple of chiropractic centers but nobody could even understand what is the main reason of my back pain and i am still in pain and it seems like i will never get rid of it.i have this problem more then 3 years.
Can You please help me with advise what to do?
It would be my recommendation to see an orthopedist for a full evaluation of your lower back and pelvis. Afterwards if therapy is required I would be happy to help you locate a facility for physical therapy in your region. Unfortunately I am unable to help you without knowledge of an orthopedic evaluation sicne I cannot evaluate you myself through this source.
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