I had total hip surgery done 7 months ago to the right hip and now the surgeon says My pelvis is tilted and it wasn't before.So he gave me two options, get a shoe lift on the left foot which is what he wanted to do before surgery to the right, or have surgery to shorten it. I am 40 years old and he told me I would be fine I was young and be back to work in 8 weeks, I went back after 4 months.I am in worse shape now after the surgery. This has slowed me down. Can a tilted pelvis be fixed?

Posted By justina smith on February 28, 2007 at 10:34:18:

In Reply to: TWISTED PELVIS posted by DAWN on June 01, 2004 at 23:13:58:

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