Appreciate the reply. The essence of the feedback I'm getting is that I'm "over-thinking things" in addition to "training too much." Over the past couple of months, my training has continually been reduced, yet my issues seem to be getting worse. I've been told that my movement looks normal, though it feels anything but: when I'm walking, my hips start playing havoc between being internally and externally rotated, while my pelvis feels as if it twists.
Don't get me wrong, she has noted several issues- the most significant being the tenderness in my left SI joint (which, she has told me, is stable) but I'm frustrated that things seem to be going unaddressed. Today, I mentioned newer symptoms of tightness around my TFL and IT Band, as well as a persistant deep "clunking" with any hip flexion, but these weren't any further looked into. When movements were being looked at, I explained that my squat stance (feet slightly out, femurs slightly externally rotated) allowed me to get a contraction of the glutes, yet following her re-alignment (toes forward, increased valgus knee) I couldn't, and felt a greater strain on my hips. This was put down to me not being used to it. My hamstring tightness was addressed by way of issuing stretches; I'm no expert, but I at least know that hamstring tightness isn't always merely due to the hamstrings themselves, and I would like to think that my own foam rolling and stretching would have loosened them by now.
I'm almost at a loss as to what to do, as I desperately do need some help, but want someone to at least take into consideration the symptoms I'm describing and possibly be more thorough in addressing them, even it's to put my mind at ease by way of crossing off conditions or problems which it could be.