I've recently visited an orthopedist because of some clear deviations (one shoulder higher, tighter hip flexor on one side etc). While clear these arent major issues or cause disconfort. Had some x-ray done and there is a small degree of scoliosis on my spine, but he noted that while my pelvis has a side lateral tilt, my legs are the same length.
The thing is, my left side is clearly stronger and bigger than my right, and it seems this may be the cause of the spinal/pelvic tilting, and while feeling my right pecs and traps the Dr mentioned there was muscular hypotrophy. Now I can't find much about "hypotrophy" (it was the first time I ever heard it), but it seems it may be interchangeable with the word atrophy?
I have been trying to bring up my lagging side (it's my whole goddam right side), but it just seems lazier and not as responsive, so I kind of suspect there is a less efficient neural connection/pathways on my right side.