I hurt my lower back during mobilization, and now, after I went to a chiropractor and got an x-ray--I have my right hip out of alignment (vertebral subluxation according to the chiro.). As a result of my misalignment, my right leg is shorter than my left. Is there anything I can do to aleviate this condition from re-occuring. I'm currently in Afghanistan, and I have about 3-months left of the deployment. Should I be on any kind of profile? I am a gunner right now, and every time we leave the wire, my lower back kills me. Any recommendations or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. When I was in BAF going on leave, the orthopedic physical therapist cracked me back to normal but that was several months ago; my hip/leg started to shorten up after about 2 weeks back at my fob. Just carrying my SAW slinged causes pain. Don't mean to sound like a wimp, but if it hurts and is messing my body up, what else can I do. The Dr. at our FOB asked me if I could limp it out for a few months till demob, and I told him I'm pretty sure I can. What kind of profile should I have for this condition? I go back to the Dr. on Monday and he's gonna put me on a temporary profile till Aug. Just curious as to what I should expect. Thanks.