My left leg was shorter than my right due to knee injury and gradual bone loss for many years. It has been corrected by knee replacement. If I have formed a bulging disc due to the uneven pelvic tilt over the years, which side would the bulging disc logically be on? I thought it might start on the left, as well. Is this correct?
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I understand your concern.
You can have a bulging disc on the left. Research shows that 50 percent of the population has a bulging disc and do not even know it due to the lack of symptoms
If you were having symptoms and were my patient, I would perform a chiropractic examination. I would recommend chiropractic adjustments and exercises if you were a candidate for care. So I suggest going to a local chiropractor for treatment and proper care.
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