Re: TWISTED PELVIS

Angi,

It sounds like you could be suffering from a deteriorated disc in your lower back, and/or weakened pelvic muscles.

I too have a deteriorated disc in my lower back (birth defect from short leg syndrome) and I found that liquid glucosamine from Synflex (website online) has helped me tremendously.

It couldn't hurt to get X-rayed by a chiropractor and make sure you don't suffer from a shorter leg than the other.

As for the weakened pelvic muscles, there are various back exercises that a chiropractor can offer you, some work, some don't, just takes time to figure out which ones help.

Best of luck.

Posted By Anonymous on January 02, 2009 at 23:32:03:

In Reply to: Re: TWISTED PELVIS posted by Angi on February 07, 2005 at 19:51:02:

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