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Old 10-18-2004, 03:37 PM   #1
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Backpain help

I wanted to explain a backpain situation.

So let me give a precise example. The right leg is longer than the left leg by 0.5inches. Therefore, the right leg is bearing the weight. The reason the Right leg is longer is because the Right hip is LOWER than the Left hip.

When the hips are out of alignment, that creates backpain.

So, now the question is:

What is the best way to raise that right hip (or lower the Left hip?).

What exercises?
What manipulations?

If you place a heel lift, do you place the lift in the shorter Left leg?

I think that you can hang on an abdominal slant board somehow to accomplish this. You have your head pointed towards the ground and the abdominal slant board. Then you hang by just one leg to pull on the hip? WHICH LEG do you hang by?

Any help would be appreciated.

 
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