Ok, so long story short. I blew my lower back out squatting last march, due to a spotter who couldn't keep his hand off my back and he ended up pushing me out of my groove with 550 on by back. I ended up completing the lift out of necessity, but strained my back and trashed my SI joint on the right side in the process.
Fast forward to today, I am recovered through weight training, ART and a great chiro, but now when I deadlift I have developed a weird issue with my form and it is only when I am working at 85% or higher.
I deadlift conventional and imagine as the weight comes to the knees that my torso starts to slowly turn to the left via the top of the hips. I don't do it intentionally and for the life of my I cannot stop it. It does not hurt at all and I am able to reset at the bottom.
This has me baffled. I am guessing there is a muscle imbalance or firing issue somewhere, but not even my sports medicine art guy has a clue without filming me at this point.
I'll take ideas here.
Thanks in advance.