A 65-year-old male presents to clinic with chronic low back pain ongoing for years. Patient has a history of moderate degenerative disc disease from L2-S1. The patient states that over-the-counter medication have only provided mild relief. Vitals are within normal limits. Patient’s strength is 5/5 in bilateral lower extremities with normal sensation to light touch and pinprick. Osteopathic structural examination reveals chronic tissue texture changes of lumbar paraspinal musculature and negative straight leg test bilaterally. While standing, you ask the patient to lift their left leg and balance on their right leg. Which of the following findings would be consistent with a positive Trendelenburg sign?