Hi ucdscott. Unless your car has suffered a collision, or you have somehow changed the geometry with different wheels, tires, struts, etc. or your control arms and upper ball joints are just worn out, this seems odd. How many miles and what type of miles are on your car...city streets can take their toll.
Are you off on positive or negative camber and by how much? Did they give you a print out that you can post for us?
Those of us who have changed the geometry of our cars usually replace the unadjustable stock parts with aftermarket, adjustable, parts...that's just part of the game. If you plan to keep your car, and maybe do some modifications down the road getting the adjustable control arms and upper ball joints is a good way to go, but I'd do all of them, on all four corners.
If you plan to keep your car and keep it stock, I would replace every wearable item on all four corners and begin from scratch.
Greater Indianapolis, Indiana (USA)
2015 Honda Crosstour, EX-L AWD; No Navi
LED headlights, LED interior lights
POR-15 painted calipers (red)
StopTech drilled and slotted rotors
Acura TLX rear sway bar (20mm)
Energy Suspension polyurethane sway bar bushings
KartBoy solid rear sway bar end links
K Sport Pro coilovers; lowered to 29"
SPC Performance 3 piece adjustable rear lower control arms
Genuine Honda JDM badging front, rear and steering wheel