You don't give enough details of your pain to give accurate diagnosis, but I'll try because your answer may be simple, though your chiropractor should have picked this up, if it is this: . An X-ray of your lower body and pelvic girdle should have detected (if done) whether or not one of your legs is longer than the other, as happened in my case. If so, you will merely have to wear rubber pads (eg - Dr. Scholl's) in one of the heels of your shoes, sneakers, slippers, etc. at all times. But you will have to add pads (if a lot is needed) slowly, to let your pelvic structure adjust slowly to the change. And it may not be possible to make the total adjustment suggested by the X-rays, as your body may be too "worn" in to its problem to totally adjust - but the pain should nevertheless gradually disappear anyway. The problem is in the hip, basically; the leg will improve accordingly. Meanwhile, you may have to find and go to a better chiropractor, and you should be applying a (wet) heating pad (though I prefer an infrared lamp, for surer, quicker action - but with care for distance and your eyes) to the aching hip. [The heat should be applied for 30 mins. if you have "normal" fat on your hip; 15 if you're thin; 35 if fat. (All is approx., find the time that works best for you.)] . Finally, note that I am assuming that your C-T scans showed no spinal disk problems, though I had incorrect diagnoses from my orthopedic drs.; only the chiropractor saw the truth on his X-rays; and this was proven by one ortho dr.'s sending me for a FAST-Catscan analysis; but I had definite sciatica cramps up and down both my legs - as you evidently don't! GOOD LUCK!