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03/17/2017 at 7:37 pm #71759Kathryn StilesParticipant
First of all sorry for my english, i’m a young man (23 years old) who lives in Africa (in Morocco) and i realy, realy, REALY need your help.
Four years ago i had an injury in my right lower back while playing tennis (though i was not a regular player). That injury occured when i wanted to do some weird mouvement (was supposed to be a jumped forehand) and when executing the mouvement, i felt like my right iliac crest moved of it’s place -it rotated to the right while my entire upper body/torso went to the other side (to left) and i heard in my right lower back (sacroiliac region) a snap sound. This was the begining of all my problems.The worst thing is that i ignored the problem and continued routine and other phisycal activities like nothing happened. After that (just a couple of days after), when i was sitting on a chair, just suddently, i felt some strong pain in my right LB area and all muscles in that region litteraly overstretched their self (litteraly) and my upper body tilted immediately to the left ; all resistence, tension or contraction in my right LB disapeared immediately- like they were not functionning and were desactivated .
Now, to resume the situation, my upper body tilts to the left, my right iliac crest is unstable and staying out (when i lie in my right side on the bed, right iliac crest is touching and penetrating bed’s surface while left one remains stable and in the body-sorry for my english again-), also, when i try to rotate my upper body to left, the right iliac crest does the contrary and rotates to right which provoques pain and some disturbing sensation of muscles in my right LB area that is -not contracting but- just overstretching with pain in the same area (deep region of right sacroiliac and iliac crest) ; this movement dysfunction occurs also when walking, sitting, etc. : always right iliac crest backward and out of pelvis while left one in stable and in alignement.
PS : here is an image of my x-ray :
PPS : The D letter is the right side.
03/18/2017 at 12:31 am #76844Patrick ThomasParticipant
Have you seen a doctor or practitioner?
Sounds like your hips are out of alignment.
I recommend seeing a chiropractor.
This may be where your upper body issues originate.
What recommendations did the person who took the x rays give you?
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