X-rays that were taken confirmed this and I am now under chiropractic care. It made me think about my life in general. I have talked about the fact that we should be pursuing God's will, not ours. Do we need an adjustment in our lives to achieve this?
My hips and spine did not get out of alignment by not doing anything. It either was caused because of an event, like a fall, or over time by doing the wrong things. This same concept can be applied to where we stand in doing God's will in our lives.
What starts out as bad habits or hanging out with the wrong crowds slowly pulls us away from God. What starts as a small sin (in our eyes) becomes a habit that we no longer consider a sin. Peer pressure takes us further down that path. What would we see if we could take an x-ray of our lives and compare it to what God wants from us? What would we do to change, or would we?
It is not too late to do that self evaluation. I believe that all of our experiences in our lives are there to prepare us for further service to God. I had a bout of depression a number of years back so I could be a better counselor for a friend that more recently went through the same experience. I was not the best husband that I could have been and it took me a long time to realize that. I can use that experience to educate my sons so that they do not go down that same path.
Let me know what you found out in your self evaluation that you are working towards adjusting in your life. It may help someone else that is reading this.