Leg length discrepancy treatment

The Attention You Deserve

Often, leg length inequality is a finding that gets little to zero attention. At Structural Chiropractic, we evaluate the entire patient and if a leg length inequality of 3mm or more is present, it can often cause changes in the structure and function in other areas of the body. Sometimes a simple insert into your shoes is a solution. Other times, it is not an anatomical discrepancy, but the result of an imbalanced pelvis or over pronated foot. A custom orthotic may be the answer.

While some leg length inequalities are simple fixes, they are often a combination of imbalanced pelvis and anatomical changes. It takes a well trained doctor to know how to properly manage a patient presenting with leg length inequality.

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Why should I care?

Leg length discrepancy symptoms

  • Arthritis of the knee
  • Arthritis of the hip
  • Facet joint arthropathy
  • Low back pain
  • Leg Pain
  • Neck pain
  • Herniated discs
  • Soft tissue calcification
  • Myofascial trigger points
  • Scoliosis
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Each leg length inequality is different and it requires an individualized care plan and specific treatment to avoid any further structural damage. A complimentary consultation is a great start to finding a path to relief.

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Best method of measuring leg length inequality is a test called a scanogram. A scanogram is simply an xray of the leg bones from top to bottom and measuring the xray. All other methods come with a great degree of error.

Leg length inequality is best treated by first improving function of the joints of the low back and feet. After that, a heel lift or custom orthotic is the best way to correct and protect you from the conditions mentioned above.

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