Re: Lateral pelvic tilt

It's probably 8MM not 8CM. This a very common finding and yes, orthotics is a good idea. They will add a lift to the orthotic on the lower side. This will help stabilise the pelvis. The chiropractor will then retrain the spine by performing a series of chiropractic adjustments to the spine. No way to tell the number of treatment, depends if you are interested in a corrective approach or just pain relief. Corrective care does take longer. Let us know what he says with regard to the number of treatments.

Posted By doc4bax on April 23, 2007 at 13:31:39:

In Reply to: Lateral pelvic tilt posted by Keaton20 on April 21, 2007 at 18:27:13:

Pro-Tec Athletics' J-Lat Knee Support helps guide the patella back into proper alignment with gentle pressure from the lateral to medial direction. Compression surrounding the patella will help keep it in the patella-femoral groove.

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