Low-Back Pain Associated With Leg Length InequalityGILES, L G F, MSc; TAYLOR, J R, MB, ChB, PhDSpine: September-October 1981 - Volume 6 - Issue 5 - p 510-521 Original Article: PDF Only Buy Abstract Author InformationAuthors The possible association between pelvic obliquity and low-back pain is investigated in low-back pain patients and a control population. A precise method of erect posture radiography is used to carefully measure leg length inequality in these two groups. An age-related response of the postural scoliosis to shoe-raise is noted. The results of shoe-raise therapy with and without lumbosacral manipulation are compared, and preliminary results are reported. From The Nedlands, Western Australia © Lippincott-Raven Publishers.