Hi Everyone , I just wanted to get some feedback on 'structural abnormalities.' I understand that Sarno mentioned disc herniations, arthritis, ect. as normal aging of the spine. However, what is said about twisted pelvis, leg length discrepancies, single sided hip mobility issues, ect. Doctors and PTs point to such issues as reasons for pain and nerve entrapments. I get stuck on their words, as in my personal case, my left hip and pelvis is hyper-mobile and my right hip is locked up, and per the PT that is irritating the nerve and creating lack of blood flow to the area and muscle tension. I cling to the idea that disc herniations were once widely condemned as the sole reason for back pain, and doctors were wrong. Nichole Saches recovered from a structural diagnosis. In short, are we all imbalanced and screwed up in someway, but only those who have an aptitude for emotional repression feel the pain in those areas as the brain seeks them as 'convincing' areas to put pain? Or do such areas require PT manipulation? Further, how does one know what is considered an alarming structural abnormality? The pelvic pain community is very mixed on what constitutes a structural issue. I never know what abnormality needs treatment and which one is TMS.