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Horse's Hip is out

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    02-25-2013, 09:33 PM
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Horse's Hip is out

My horse hurt her hip back in November, she put a fence post through her hip, she was trying to jump up a hill so she like got halfway on the fence like laying on it then poped herself off it. My vet said she would be fine because the way it entered it went sideways and missed all of the major muscles and hit empty space. Now it's 100% healed but I think she knocked her hip out when she did it, she wont bend to that side very well and it hurts to put pressure on it and hurts her to go any faster that a trot. What kind of stretches or massages or how would I ice to to help it heal while I look for a chiropractor?
     

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