I am seeing more clients with longer left legs even when the client’s ASIS is anteriorly tilted on the left. Would this be because the right abs are tighter and stronger on the right side? Or is the anterior tilt of the pelvic causing the ipsilateral leg to be longer?
Most often when we see a “longer left leg” it is secondary to one of these issues:
Iliofemoral or pubefemoral laxity
Anterior capsule hypermobility or posterior capsule hyopmobility
I would say in most cases we see ligament laxity that increases the leg length. In these cases, we really go after the patients left anterior glute med.