(light music) (light music) – I actually can pull my, thigh, pinch it and
sometimes it feels better. – How tall are you? – 6’4″.
– 6’4″, you’re probably… one of my taller and bigger patients. – Oh, okay. It’s right here. It’s on that side and it goes to the left, out of here. – So it travels from the
right all the way to the left? – Yeah, well the hip replacement, but it’s practically the
same spot on both sides. Then with the hip, well the hip replacement, it’s sore. – Got it, okay. – The only other thing on the
right side would be again, it’s right around here.
– The outside here? – And the same thing
on the other side but, this one seems to be more pronounced here, then it goes far almost to the–. – We look at the scope. There’s a shift here, you felt that right? – Mhmm – Right there.
– Yup. – Right there yeah
– Yeah It’s not down in that area, it’s almost, it’s almost a continuous. – What I’m going to do is I’m going to be poking around to see– – Okay go. You do what you
do. Don’t worry about me. That’s, that’s it oh yeah. – That’s right. – It’s just when I sit up and begin to try to move like this morning. This morning I was sort of more sore. – Hard for you to stand up? – Well there’s something causing the weakness in my left thigh. – You’re like leaning over, like this. – I can almost feel it, now that you brought it to my attention. – Yeah. – I get a thing starting
here, maybe once a month and it starts here, and then
it comes out through here. – It does, okay. – And what I have to do if I, it’s almost like I have an attack, and it’s like 24 hours a day,
for about two or three days, and just as quick as it’s come, it’s gone. – Okay. Just relax, perfect. (loud crack) Not too bad right? – No, no I got, that’s the kind of thing I was accustomed to. No, that’s just fine – Okay, so it will be
only a momentary thing. So, you’ll just be like
this, this will be like this. Well, I’m a relatively small dude so, (laughing) – I just, that’s what the
problem is, the things I don’t. – Yep, yep. So, we’re going to give
this a shot, right. – Okay. – Okay, so, what I’m gonna do is I’m gonna be adjusting right here,
– Okay – And, remember how I told you,
your pelvis is shifted out? – Mhmm.
– Well what I’m going to do is actually hand down. So what I’m going to do is shift it back. – Okay.
– Okay, so. So what I’m going to do, is I’m going to roll you a little bit – Oh yeah, I’m accustomed to that. – Okay, good. Just relax a little bit,
so just a little bit. Just relax here. (mumbles) (loud crack) You okay? – Yeah, oh yeah, yeah
– Good, okay. So what I did was I shifted this, and moved that over. (mumbles) – It is kinda sore on
the right side, its the left that, like I said the hip. – [Cameraman] Yeah, the
hip replacement, yeah. – So, that is moving better. So just be aware you will
feel a little sore after your first few adjustments. Your muscles just have to adapt to the new position of
your joints, your body, so. – I feel satisfied that, and I need to go and call them back and tell them to refund me back my money. (laughter) – Alright.
– No, I feel good about it. – Good, yeah. (relaxing music)