Thanks to everyone's responses! I great appreciate it, I do want to get this fixed.
I am definitely going to check the length of the leathers tonight when I am out at the barn, but I am suspecting that it is my hip/pelvis being out. I am definitely going to do some phone calling today to find a Chiro I can get with, because I want this fixed!! I do not want this to continue - but I have friends who've seen Chiro's for the same reason, but they are still "crooked" and have to make a continuous effort to stay balanced.
My Coach for example, she is just like me, but to the right. And she sees a Chiro on a regular basis.........*sigh*
So - lets say that it isn't my leathers that are uneven, but it's my hip/pelvis - what exercises can I do to correct this until I can see a Chiro?? Someone suggested lengthening my leather...on my left side? Make it longer?
I'm sitting in my recliner, and just focusing on where I am sitting - I am on my left side.
I have to really make a concoius effort to make sure I am balanced...but is that possible if my hip/pelvis is not even?
I need excersise idea's on how to fix myself, and I will the bareback thing...I'd have to borrow my friends bareback pad because Nelson's spine is from hell..if you get what I mean *wink*
*bangs head on desk even more*
MIE, I have a friend that does massage therapy on horses, its AWESOME and she works on some well known eventers in our area. |
Would you be interested in trying her out, she could get the muscles moving instead of readjusting his back and such?
Thanks for the 411! I appreciate it :) I am curious who your friend is? I, thankfully have an Equine Massage Therapist coming tonight at 7:00 to work on Nelson. Tanya Marsh :)