Hi, I wondered if anyone can help me - I have had a sore left knee for several years, and decided to pursue the matter more than a year and a half ago. Since then I have seen a Doctor, two surgeons, a physiotherapist (for seven or eight sessions) and also a chiropodist/biomechanical specialist. The first surgeon informed me (through physical assessment and X Ray) that I have ‘Patellofemoral Dysfunction’ (poor tracking of the kneecap). The physiotherapist determined that my right foot has a poor arch (for which the chiropodist supplied me with foot supports – which I wear). A surgeon commented that I have a ‘slight curve’ of the spine (my left shoulder is slightly higher than the right). The chiro agreed that my hip and knee are higher on my left side side. Also, both surgeons confirmed that I do not have a leg length discrepancy! Frommy ownobservations – I feel that I have a twisted pelvis (my left hip and knee are higher than the right when I am lying down, and I have noticed that when I stop walking and stand still with my feet together, the left foot is slightly further back than the right). When I walk, my centre of gravity is always over my left leg, and I have concluded that my twisted hip is making this so – thus causing the pain in my left knee. I am thinking of eventually going to another physiotherapist, and have being trying to find whatever I could on the internet about correcting a twisted pelvis, but there really isn’t much. [sm=banghead.gif] I am doing exercises to strengthen the deep, small muscles under the pelvis, also the inner quadriceps and the abdominals. I am also stretching the small muscles under the pelvis, as well as the legs. The stretching eased the soreness quite a lot, and I have found that since I began walking by forcing my left leg outwards more, rather than directly underneath me (forcing it out does feel a little uncomfortable) – my knee has been better still, but soreness is still there. Iwould really appreciate any advice on how to correct a twisted pelvis – on any exercises, muscle release techniques, etc that I could do at home. Thanks.