Some of the common conditions associated with one leg being shorter than the other one might be as follows.

Low Back Pain        Hip Pain        Knee Pain

Simple questions to ask yourself:

  • When you stand or walk do you tire more quickly on one side or the other?
  • Does your level of discomfort get worse after standing or walking? See figure 2
  • Do you feel like you have lost muscle tone and walk with more of a “swing the leg” gait rather than lifting your leg evenly one side to the other?
  • Do you feel like your rib cage and/or hips are forward on one side more than the other? See figure 3
  • When someone stands behind you and observes you walking do they notice that your belt line or shoulders might not be completely level with the ground? See figure 4
  • Do you have a history of a broken leg or joint replacement?
  • Is your pain more severe on one side?

If you answered yes to any of these questions you may have one leg shorter than the other one.

Plantar Fascitis     Heel Spurs    Achilles Tendonitis

These are some common conditions not associated with leg length problems but that may be helped by using heel lifts. For these conditions the lifts need to be in both shoes so you do not create a leg length problem.

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Achilles Tendinitis

Achilles Tendinitis

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Achilles tendonitis (also Achilles tenosynovitis or Achilles tendinopathy ) is tendonitis of the Achilles...

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Heel Spurs

Heel Spurs

Calcaneal spur From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Heel spur) A calcaneal spur (or heel spur ) is a small...

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Plantar fasciitis (PF) is a painful inflammatory process of the plantar fascia, the connective tissue on the...

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