Re: Groin Pain, Right hip tightness, lower back pain

I went to a chiropractor and had x-rays taken and they showed significant hip tilt. My right hip is about an inch back compared to my left hip and up a little while my right hip is forward and lower. What can fix this? Should I get orthotics and if so for what side? Also, could this tilt cause my groin muscles to be weak?

Posted By Jon on February 08, 2009 at 20:49:51:

In Reply to: Groin Pain, Right hip tightness, lower back pain posted by Jon on February 08, 2009 at 20:39:54:

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