It’s nearly Burns night (25th Jan), so we are having a Burns night supper: Haggis (vegetarian), neeps and tattys! The fictional wild haggis was reputed to have legs longer on one side than the other, in order to be able to walk around the Scottish mountains! This may be good for a haggis, but is not so good for us. Leg length discrepancy can sometimes be a factor in some of our joint problems. So how do you know if you have one leg longer than the other? You’ll have to watch the video to find out!
If you want to find out more about some of the research about how leg length asymmetry impacts our functional health, you can see a previous blog post I did on the subject here.