Thank you so much for the info and support. Yesterday I didn't see it stick at all. I am thinking that if that keeps up I will be able to ride her soon, maybe in a few days. She is 6 years old. I am hoping that I can wait till spring to have the surgery done. The Vet is 2 hours away and it is winter here, so would like to wait so I don't have to worry about the roads. I hope you are feeling better. Are you still working while you are feeling sick? Have you been to a Dr.? Take care my friend. Thank you again. Also, Honey, my mare is just loving the attention. I love it too!! 559 days ago
Thank you for commenting. He said something about splitting. A small incision, splitting and maybe one stitch. Done while standing. She needs it on both hind legs. He would do it all in one surgery. She has had issues with the locking since I got her as a weanling. Nothing for about the last 1 1/2 years. I had to put my older horse down about the end of Sept. She really took it bad. I have been walking her over poles, straight line. Increasing the time each time I walk her. Any other suggestions? 561 days ago
Sounds like you have some neat stuff planned. I'm not sure I could endure the 100F+ weather - wowza!
I hope your recovery is going good and you are sticking with the physio exercises. Don't want to hurt yourself worse - but you know your body and what your comfort level is. :-)
I find just getting active for about an hour a day (minimum) is best for me getting started again. That way I'm not stressed if I don't do a certain workout. Just gotta keep moving and then the rest will come - always has in the past.