Thanks for your reply,
I do agree that there is more than an SI subluxation going on, because the shift in my hips is not only vertical it is horizontal as well, I believe taht the actual ball and socket joint at the acetebelum is subluxated mildly, causing my right leg to appear longer, and thus shifting my entire pelvis to the right while standing, which in turn creates the curvature of my spine which is mild. I have been this way for a year now, I am 23 and did not have scoliosis prior to this situation, nor have a ever felt uneven or had lower back/hip pain before the injury. I feel that my intense endevours with olympic lifts and functional weightlifting while unbalanced to this degree has caused my thoracic cage to lock up like it has, due to the postural curvature created by the hip subluxation. This is my theory as I have not grown at all and do not feel that scoliosis simply decided to randomly appear. I have had rib adjustments etc that provide temporary relief but i do not feel that any of these efforts will help because of the curvature. I am going to have my hip looked at this week, hopefully it will provide some insight. I have had MRI's of my lumbar and thoracic done, they revealed no issues with the vertebrea or the discs, be it degeneration etc...The x rays i have had of my sacral region and thoracic revealed the curve, and while looking at the sacral region and measuring the images, the difference appears to be in the proximal end of the femur which teh x ray could not clarify. THe angle begins at the hips, at the start of the thoracic it curnves convexly to the right. No labs have been done. The amount of muscle tension is very miserable. If labs are appropriate, I am clueless as to what to test.
Again I thank you for your contribution as to I am very adamant on fixing this because it has taken my youth from me.