I call it short leg syndrome

I've developed a recent problem on my right side. I've gone to the chiropractor many times over the past few months with my hip, lower right back and I believe the correct medical term is sacrum, not all playing nice and staying lined up.

As a result, I keep ending up with my right leg about an 1 1/2" shorter than the other. I get adjusted and I'm back to normal.

I'm an avid bowler and maintain about a 220 average, I'm headed (hopefully, assuming I can solve back/hip problem) to Reno, Nv for a national bowling tournament in May.

Is there any kind of brace that can keep my legs the same length? I've worked way to hard at bowling to want to let something like this set me back, any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Sorry about the length of the post, I'm sure you read thousands everyday, I didn't preview any previous posts to see the lengths, but I wanted to be as descriptive as possible. Again, thank you for your time.

Posted By Travis on January 25, 2011 at 18:58:49:

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