Dr Flanagan, this morning I made another discovery about my condition. Just to go back to the beginning, at around age 10 I was running downhill, slipped and fell on my coccyx. Landed in the sitting position, on my tailbone. This knocked the air our of my lungs and I was unable to breathe for about 20 seconds. Scared the ... out of me. It was at age 12 that I noticed when doing the high-jump. I was unable to raise my right leg as high as my left. In my twenties I noticed that when I rode my horse I had to have one stirrup shorter than the other and that my left hip was slightly turned in. Uncomfortable. Slightly painful. The chiro notice that my coccyx is out alignment, displaced. My leg has turned in more as time has passed. You can feel my pelvic bone is not straight. Now angled, inwards. I jammed a towel in between my knees, extended my recliner into the lying down position, raised my pelvic bone on the left side by putting a towel underneath it and my ability to feel became normal within a minute plus all my contracted muscles disappeared, my spine decompressed. A few minutes later I was able to lift my legs. I stayed in my recliner for about 15 minutes in this position. When I got back into my W/C my back was straight (looks like I had grown a few inches), my spine was no longer compressed, wider range of motion, increased strength all over... But my hip keeps going returning to that horrible angled position. Do you think that the fall on my coccyx could be the original accident that has caused the extreme cervical lordosis, spinal compression etc, etc, etc? And if so, can I do anything about it? Can I get my coccyx back in place?