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  • Tilted pelvis in horses
  • Tilted pelvis conformation in horses

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    05-25-2013, 05:20 AM
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Weanling
Praying to the horse Gods tonight.

Well 2 morrow my horse is getting a full body massage/check thing for everything from small injuries to conformation, by a great qaulified person at my agistment who does many other horses.

Im praying that my horse doesn't have such a bad tilted pelvis becuase I know she has one as my masage lady told me so.

I just hope that she's not in any pain and that this is a short term issue, and not a long term issue that will make this horse only able to be ridden lightly.

Videos of her training will come up soon, have to keep doing work with her anyways have only ridden her bareback couple of times for 10 minutes in walk and trot so far and she's not lame.

She has muscle tightness in the gluteal fascia what ever it called and in her biceps. So angry at the lady who previously owned her THIS IS WHY YOU don't BREED A HORSE WITH A MORE THAN USUAL UPRIGHT PELVIS.
Thank god she was a cheap horse though.Think positive, atleast I have learned this while im young so I don't buy future horses with this issue.
     
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    05-25-2013, 05:28 AM
  #2
Foal
My pony was recently attended by a 'manipulation therapist' who pointed out to me that she had a tilted pelvis and lack of muscle all down her left side. And I truly hadn't noticed so I feel quite bad about that. What I had noticed was that she didn't track up properly and was very stiff and bracey to the left.
I noticed an improvement about a week after treatment and will have him back after 8 weeks to check and advise again.
Hope to hear a good report about your horse after treatment.

Claire
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    05-25-2013, 05:43 AM
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Weanling
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Originally Posted by clairegillies    
my pony was recently attended by a 'manipulation therapist' who pointed out to me that she had a tilted pelvis and lack of muscle all down her left side. And I truly hadn't noticed so I feel quite bad about that. What I had noticed was that she didn't track up properly and was very stiff and bracey to the left.
I noticed an improvement about a week after treatment and will have him back after 8 weeks to check and advise again.
Hope to hear a good report about your horse after treatment.

Claire
Thanks I hope my horse will respond well to the treatment, I hope her pelvis will go back to normal and that her muscles will stop tensing up and be stiff in the behind. I feel so stupid that I bought her knowing she couldn't stand sqaure I just thought, without training a horse can't stand sqaure but no it was an indication of the pelvis issue.

I am thinking a bit about chiropractors but I have heard bad stories. The lady im getting is also a maniuplation therapist you just reminded me of the name !

She is such a good horse she had not been ridden properly in 1 year and I got on her and trotted her and walked her and rode in the paddock and arena she was so calm and listening.

Honestly its such a shame and the cause is probably from being bred because her conformation is having an upright pelvis, a horse with an upright pelvis should not be bred and most likely it was caused by being pregnant.
     

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