Scoliosis and Leg Length Difference
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.
I didn't tell a thing, but I went out with a 12mm insole for my left leg. He didn't even try to measure my legs or try to see an eyeball diagnosis.
I just can't stand that. I don't believe that's enough to diagnosis LLD and nothing else.
There's must be something more scientific to measure my legs.
How does a doctor usually discard or asses this?
PS. I'm 38 yo, never had any surgery of any kind and practice sport regular, jogging, weight lifting, etc.
Last edited by CraigKenisston; 11-08-2008 at 11:15 AM.