This is a 3-d situation bro.
People know about anterior pelvic tilt, which is a "front to back" problem.
Fewer people understand side to side pelvic tilt. You have a Psoas on BOTH sides. So if your "right Psoas?" (I'm not sure if this is the correct term) is tight, or tighter than the left, your hips will be tilted sideways, as well as front to back.
When the hips tilt sideways, one leg can start sticking out to the side, the knee can start to move in a different path, and the foot can turn out, or start to roll over, to the outside. Once your your body starts these faulty patterns, you can do all the deadbugs you want. But as soon as you stand up and start moving "wrong", you pull yourself right back into tightness.
Core/glutes/hamstrings/obliques are all good stuff to train.
But you may also need to Train your feet and ankles( if you have flat feet, or 1 flat foot, or 1 foot turned out.) Or your quads/vmo, step-up pattern if your knee is not moving right. Or maybe your adductors and abductors if they are not working together properly.
There is an ART guy named John Quint. Check him out on Instagram/ Youtube. He seems to have a good handle on these issues.