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Thanks for the response Kaitlin!
As far as differences from side to side, my right iliac spine is higher up than the left almost always. It seems to be my right hip capsule is impinged also too, when I do my hip capsule mob, I feel a pinch at the front of my hip and also some femoral nerve tingling, with referred pain on the lateral side of my quad where the femoral nerve runs. Ankles seem to be pretty mobile and similar on both sides. My sleeping position is for sure overextended and I usually prop a pillow under my knees for more hip flexion, however it seems to be doing really little to help my overextended position. Overall, it would seem that my right side is the problematic side… Anyways thanks for all your help and I appreciate the response. I hope this extra bit of info helps.