There aro no equine chiropractors or massagers in my country :(
The article says:
The amount of strain pelvic muscle attachments are subject to is |
Indicated by side-tears, which occur around the outer hip bone
Of the pelvis and quite often develop 1-2cm calcified marbles as
A result of segments of the muscle tendinous attachment being
Literally torn off the bone. These ‘marbles’ can be quite mobile, are remarkably common and do not seem to bother the horse but are a good indication of the presence and severity of strain to which a horse has been subjected. The marbles themselves do not require treatment, just
Any unresolved muscle attachment tears associated with them. The tears around the upper tips of the pelvis (tuber sacrale or hunters bump) are similar in nature.