Why is One Leg Shorter than the Other?

Why is One Leg Shorter than the Other?

The Psoas muscles impact our pelvis and when our pelvis is tilted our hip is also shifted in an upward direction. This is the biomechanics of the Pelvis. When the hip is elevated our leg shortens.

This 3-year study into back pain across the globe published in the prestigious medical journal The Lancet reports that our current treatments for back pain are lacking in evidence of effectiveness. See article below


This research paper [below] shows how the Psoas Major Muscle exerts huge compression and sheer forces on our low spine resulting in crumpling and severely shearing the lumbar spine.


So having the Pelvic area well balanced with respect to the Sacroiliac joints, which are the large joints of the pelvis, is vital.

Walking around on a short leg is compromising the pelvis, the back, the hips and the Bursa of the hip.

This is like driving a car with bad alignment. Yes you can change the tyres but the alignment remains distorted.

So you can treat the symptom; the Bursa, the Back and the Hip, but without treating the cause, it will return!

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