Do you have scoliosis? Because I do and that causes my hips/shoulders to be un even giving the illusion of longer/shorter limbs
No, or at least I don’t think so. We were checked in school from grades 6-9.
Google led length discrepancy. You can see a video on how to proper do it. Everyone can have a slight deficit. If its over a cm you might need a lift. Hope that helps.
Thanks, I’ll do that so maybe we can get the right height.
What do you call a woman with one leg longer than the other? …………….. Eileen. ;-) (My Grandma Eileen’s favorite joke)
hahaha! I’ve heard it before, but the relevance makes it much funnier.
Yesterday Jeremy found some foam that was left from something he had saved and made a lift insert to go in my left shoe. I actually wore real shoes instead of flip flips yesterday when we were out, so I wanted to give it a try, but it made the shoe way too tight. This means it won’t work in most of my flats.
He put it in the running shoes I was using today (under the regular insole), and I wore it for my whole run. When I put my shoes on, besides having to loosen up my laces a bit, I didn’t really even notice it was in there. I forgot about it for most of my run. I’m not sure how thick it is- probably ~ 1/8”, but it felt pretty good. We’ll see how it does on longer runs.
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- thehealthytexan said: I got tested too but when I got into a car accident, I got a ton of x-rays done and I have slight scoliosis and one of my hips is higher than the other (might explain why my knee pain is only in one knee). It could be something only x-rays can show.
- vira-sana said: Sometimes you can develop functional scoliosis as a result of a muscular imbalance, rather than a skeletal deformity.
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