Summary at the end if you get lost in the description thingy lol.
Basically I need some idea's... I have scoliosis, which means my spine is in the shape of an "S" but it also rotates as it goes down, which means my hips are rotated and they have grown to compensate, so as a result the left side of my pelvis is smaller and rotated forwards, the right side of my pelvis is bigger and sits straight. The left side of my ribs stick out forwards, and when I bend over this causes the right side of my ribs to hollow out. My left shoulder blade has been dislocated and relocated, so it sticks out backwards, which has turned my arm inwards and causes me to ride with a piano hand on left side, right side is generally fine unless im holding a whip. And lastly (if youve followed this far lol) because of my pelvis being like it is, it means I do everything crooked but I don't feel it, it has meant that my left leg turns outwards, so my left foot is always turned outwards while riding.
So... I have scoliosis, spine is an "S".
Left hip smaller, turned forwards.
Left ribs and shoulderblade stick out
Left arm is turned in - piano hand, right side generally fine.
Left leg is turned out, toes always pointed out when riding. Heel hard to keep down
So I need a few idea's on how to fix this, any excercises etc? anybody know the feeling? Heeeelppppp lol.
It physically hurts to keep my left foot pointing straight(hurts ankle) and it physically hurts to keep my left hand upright for very long.
I also, because of the scoliosis, have the problem of usually leaning to far forwards and haveing my back either arched or curved .
Here's some pics to show my ******ations lol...
Dang piano hand
I know my right foot is a little pointed out, but look at the left!!!
And my arched back, piano hand and twisted foot all in one...
They both have improved a bit since I started riding, but they seem to have stopped improving, so anybody got any ideas either on horseback or off that might help???