Back story: About 15 years ago, I pulled out my back. At my wife's insisting, I went to a chiro where we used to live. During the intake, the chiro noticed my left foot was facing outward and my right foot faced up while laying down. "Hmmmm. That might have caused it." After about 3 sessions, the foot was straight. To the point where a spot on my left Quad was sore because it hadn't been used in so long. Last spring (2014), I tweaked my hip on the right side. Then I pushed too hard on some home projects and made it worse. It took me 2 months for the pain to spread from my lower butt to upper butt to my lower back. Then it went away. But my RIGHT foot was crooked. On and off, the right hip has bothered me for a year. Until I started exercising a couple of months ago. Felt GREAT. But still a crooked foot/leg. On Wednesday, I was getting dressed and my lower back spasmed. I DROPPED TO THE FLOOR. I've had muscles spasm before but HOLY BLEEP! It's better today. But when it's strongest, the muscle pain is in my butt just above my right hip. Soooooo. . . . . . I should have this hip thing looked at. At the very least, it'll get me balanced again. I can't imagine this is doing good long-term things for my back in general. Now, the question: Who would you go see? Chiropractor? Ortho? PT people? (We have good PT people that know their stuff. But I'd probably have to start with the Ortho anyhow.) I hate doctors. And I don't know a good Chiro in the area or I'd just go there. Everyone I know that has gone has gone for the wrong reasons. . . from "it centers me" to "I can't go on if I'm not sublaxated" Not looking for advice, per se. Looking for whom to call. Thx.