I'm currently going to a chiropractor for lower back issues, neck problems, and uneven hips. When he took X-rays it was evident that my right hip is higher than my left. I've been going for two weeks and the pain in my hip had pretty much disappeared and I had no pain while squatting. Well, Friday night I was squatting and on the last rep of my last set my hip popped out of the position he adjusted it to and I believe went right back into the location it had been it when it was hurting. My right arm started tingling, my right hamstring and right glute got really tense, and my hip was really tight. The pain went away and today it feels like it did before I started going to the chiropractor, but there's slightly more pain if I try to cross my right leg over my body. Since I don't want this to happen again, I'm looking for some suggestions. People on AFBoard suggested this is due to a muscle imbalance and I'm wondering what some good exercises would be to try to correct this imbalance. Also, I divebomb pretty much all my squats and have a stance that's definitely outside of shoulder width. The reason I was doing a wider stance was because of the hip pain I was having before. When I did wide stance squats there was less pain, but when I did close stance squats the pain was much more pronounced. The problem is that the wider stance squats leave my hips more vulnerable which I believe is the reason for it popping out of place on Friday. Should I get it popped back into place, switch to close stance squats, and try to make the eccentric portion of the lift longer so that I don't use as much rebound out of the hole? Cliffs: How can I correct a muscle imbalance that is causing my right hip to sit higher than my left and should I be doing close stance squats with a slower eccentric rather than a wide stance squat and dive bombing down into the hole?