okay, so ive developed a for the most part textbook case of misalignment. i think it all started getting bad in cross country in my high-school years when i kept getting stress fractures. Probably by over training and enhancing minor imbalances and making them worse without confronting the alignment issue.
The current state my body is like this. Left shoulder raised a little, Right pelvis raised about an inch higher than the other, mild scoliosis with convexity to the left, left ankle seems collapsed/weak, right foot is the stress fracture foot that is recieving uneven force load.
been to an MD, she just said awww ur find kid, nobodys perfectly aligned just live a happy healthy life... i just took it, but then i thought to myself if my health is compromised already at age twenty, imagine how its gonna be years from now.
been to like 5 chiros, most i knew were quacks and the one i stayed with adjusted me for about a year, and nothing changed except temporary relief/placebo effect.
this is what ive been doing for a week and a half everyday to try and confront imbalances...
on the left side (strengthening) in hopes to raise that hip and take stress of right hip
-one legged squats
-glute activation excersise
-hip lift excersise
On the right (lengthening)
-Stretching everything (osteopath told me to)
My question is, isnt it weird that my spine is being pulled to the left if the raised hip side (my right side) is supposed to be the tight side that needs lengthening?
any guidance on my case is welcome