Great for conditioning, endurance, weight loss, stretching, building muscle.
(*No horses with back, stifle, or neck injuries)
Great for conditioning, stress release in lower extremities, arthritis, increasing joint range of motion, muscle building.
[Electromagnetic pulse which helps stimulate nerves & muscles after injury]
Great for reducing inflammation, controlling pain, fractures, arthritis, injuries.
Great for wounds, reducing inflammation & healing in a specific area.
Also recommended for tendonitis, desmitis, reducing edemas.
COLD SALT WATER SPA:
Great for laminitis, lower limb injuries. Reduces inflammation and removes the heat. Also, treatment of hoof abscess, cellulitis, and to prevent re-injuries.
Great for laminitis & arthritis. Stimulates hoof growth, reduces inflammation, and calms nervous system/helps horses relax.
Does my horse have arthritis? Arthritis can be a debilitating and painful occurrence. Arthritis is the inflammation of any joint in the body. Any type of joint disease can create inflammation due to fluid build-up in the joint and can cause swelling, heat, pain, and redness of the affected area. Here are: 6 Tips to Know if Your Horse Has Arthritis.
For more information, click on any of the following links:
- Equine Regenerative Medicine/Therapies
- Equine Arthritis
- Equine Hock Joint Problems
- Equine Fetlock Joint Problems
- Equine Stifle Joint Problems
- Equine Carpus Joint Problems
Insulin resistance is a problem horses can face. It can be caused by several hormones and drugs which may affect the function or release of insulin. Here are the four most common ways insulin resistance can occur:
- Gestational Diabetes (pregnancy)
- After Sedation/Sedatives
- Stress or Severe Illness
- Equine Metabolic Syndrome
In any case, reduced sensitivity to insulin which results in increased or decreased activity of insulin can be dangerous for your horse.
What is Alpha 2 Macroglobulin (2M) and how does it work?
Alpha 2EQ is a system that isolates and concentrates the Alpha 2 Macroglobulin (α2M) molecule from a horse’s blood.
Alpha 2 Macroglobulin (α2M) inhibits all 4 classes of proteases, including the enzymes that breakdown joint cartilage. It
inhibits these enzymes using a “trapping mechanism,” similar to the way a Venus fly trap captures its prey.
What you need to know about your horse’s foot.