Your ‘imbalance’ in your hips or pelvis is not something to lose sleep over.
First, there is no reliable way to determine this. Second, the pelvis and sacroiliac joint are naturally asymmetrical. There is no correlation between symmetries and pain. Even if there were, see my reliability statement. Next, lets assume it did matter for a second, there is no way to change it. If you’ve studied conservative rehabilitation research (i.e. manual therapy; non-surgical interventions), manipulation of the joint does not change the joint alignment at all. Mr. Hayes suggest it can be fixed but he obviously ignored or is unaware of the piles of research and evidence that have supported my statements here. Chiropractors, physical therapists and osteopaths have wasted thousands of dollars on courses and scared thousands of people into thinking they are structurally abnormal. It keeps the business coming back.
Finally, anyone that has dissected the pelvis of a human (I have) would remind you the pelvis and sacroiliac joints are two of the most reinforced regions of the body. You would need an axe to get to the sacroiliac joint.
The only way to figure out if your leg length is off is to have it x-rayed. Any individual that measures it with tape or a hands on approach, again, does not understand or ignores research and science…
olifter, I am not suggesting that symmetry can be magically induced by hands-on technique. Just mentioning that many folks have, by working at desks, driving, remote-controlling, have adapted to postural faults. Forward shoulders, flattened lumbar regions, and forward head indicate lifestyle changes. Couple that with not watching form while deadlifting, over-reliance on bench press. Sure, I have not read everything that is out there, and maybe I am somewhat missing your point, but in no way am I stating that this is the only solution. Ready to listen to all opinions, agreeing or disagreeing. Rational discourse encouraged. Peace.