How to Fix a Short Leg

How to Fix a Short Leg

How to Fix a Short Leg

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hey guys dr. Burke here in this video I’m going to show you how to correct a short leg okay a lot of people are walking on with a short leg and I’m going to show you what not to do and what to do first of all there’s a muscle deep inside your your abdomen okay and it’s from the last rib to your hip bone right through here it’s called iliac crest and you got two of them they’re these big broad muscles on both sides they’re in your back and they connect the upper rib to this area right here and it’s called the quadratus lumborum okay what happens a short leg is mainly affected by one of these muscles it’s too tight maybe you fell on your tailbone maybe you fell in your butt real hard and you jammed it and caused a spasm okay so what happens is one of these muscles will tighten up and draw up the pelvis on one side now let’s just pretend it went up on this side that the hip went higher it’s going to make the leg seem short on that side right so if you’re checking the leg lengths and you have a short leg in your mind you might think oh I’m going to give the person a heel lift on the short leg well guess what that’s going to do it’s going to make it worse it’s going to drive the hip higher okay so usually it’s true that you could have a short leg but it’s very rare unless you broke your leg but typically what happens it’s really a pelvis that draws up on the side where it’s short okay so we’re going to show you an exercise how to fix that but the point is don’t ever put a heel lift in the short leg because it might be the wrong side you should put in the longer leg because it’ll drive up the hip right here and why because the problem is actually a muscle that’s drawing it up and it’s making it appear to be short all right so let’s now show you what to do to fix this okay so if we look at the short leg we got a short leg on the left side over here okay you can see that it’s short and that means that his pelvis is drawing upward okay so we got a spasm on his pelvis up to the is lower back so that muscle the quadratus lumborum is too tight on that side because it’s drawing up the worst thing you can do is put a lift heel lift on the short leg why because it’s going to drive the pelvis higher so this could happen from a fall in the tailbone fall on the butt whatever or on the knee and jam that side so now the question is how do we fix it right now I found that if you try to stretch the short leg it doesn’t work because the thing is in a guarding mode so it’s kind of like taking an injured muscle and stretching it just kind of like a rubber band it comes right back okay so there’s a much simpler way and it’s using a technique to pull a muscle out of that protect mode at that guarding mode okay so we want to get it to relax and what we’re going to do is we’re going to actually work on the opposite muscle so we’re going to stretch the opposite muscle okay so when we stress the opposite muscle it’s going to send a signal to the short leg and relax it why because both of those muscles in your back work together they’re on the same electrical circuit so what we’re going to do is we’re going to work on the other side to fix the short side okay sounds might sound new to you but it really works so this is what we’re going to do we’re going to take the long leg okay and we’re going to stretch it downward towards me so just push drop your pelvis down towards me yes as far as you can push it yeah right there good relax it good let’s do that again good now look what we’re doing we’re taking the long leg and making it worse okay we’re exaggerating the long leg this is stretching the good side and it’s sending signals into the tight side you’ll see when we’re done okay we’re do this 10 times and you can do this yourself while laying in your body all you need to help with this is for someone to tell you what leg is short okay okay good now so that’s you do it like 10 times so now what I’m going to do is I’m going to recheck and you can see the leg lengths are perfectly balanced it’s an amazing so this is how you fix a short leg go ahead make your comments below and I will see you on the next video

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