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PEMF Therapy

PEMF is short for Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy. A PEMF device creates a pulsing electromagnetic field within hose-looking tubes, which helps horses recover at a cellular level by stimulating cell metabolism. The magnetic field brings more oxygen into the red blood cells and

By inducing a mild electrical magnetic current into damaged cells, PEMF therapy slows or stops the release of pain and inflammatory mediators, increases blood flow of the cells, and re-establishes normal cell interaction. With reduced inflammation, pain decreases, energy increases, and faster tissue healing occur pushes them towards the areas that are injured or inflamed.

PEMF works from the inside out and lasers from the outside in

What are the benefits of PEMF?

Though PEMF may seem like a fairly new trend, it has been used in fact been used for over 50+ years in Europe. It has become especially well-known on racetracks, but slowly more and more other sport horses and leisure horses have been treated with PEMF more and more.

Over 2000 studies have shown that PEMF can help injury recovery, reduce inflammation, ease tightness and make horses more supple and help them recover faster from hard training.

Also, so far there has been no reports of any adverse reactions - so PEMF is extremely safe for your horse!

Does PEMF for horses have any disadvantages?

PEMF for horses works by using electromagnetic fields created by a specifically designed machine. As long as the PEFM machine is used correctly, there is no risk for your horse's health and well-being.

PEMF for horses is so beneficial - you will not have to worry about any adverse effect.

It won't interfere with your training, either. You can ride right before or immediately after the treatment. PEMF for horse can also work together with a massage or chiropractic treatment.

PEMF Therapy for Equines

PEMF Therapy For Horses helps:

  • Induces Micro-Circulation

  • Promotes Natural Self-Healing Processes

  • Ease Inflammations

  • Promotes Bone Regeneration Processes

  • PEMF therapy for the most common equine diseases

  • Degenerative Joint Disease

  • Equine Arthritis

  • Wobblers Syndrome

  • Locked Stifle Joints

  • Capped Hocks

  • Shivers

PEMF Treatment for the most common horse injuries

  • Joint Inflammation

  • Suspensory Ligament Injuries

  • DDFT Damage

  • Sore Muscles

  • Fractures Bone Regeneration

  • Wounds from Surgery or Injury

PEMF Therapy

The gentle magnetic fields produced by our device induce electrical current inside your horse's body that helps to regulate blood flow, promotes healthy cell function, improves the body’s ability to absorb nutrients, promotes the removal of waste products produced by damage and inflammation and stimulates regeneration process.

PEMF Therapy enhances the body's ability to heal itself, it is completely safe, not painful to use, and there are no known side-effects

What is PEMF?

The body is an electrical machine, with nerves conducting electricity to every cell. PEMF can enhance the transmission of the internal electrical charges that keep the cells running. Inside each cell there are many metabolic processes happening that all require cellular energy to fuel them. The PEMF wave improves the internal cellular energy.

Nitric oxide (NO) is actually a gas that operates in the body as a messenger, especially when tissue injury is present. It improves circulation which helps oxygenation of the tissues leading to improved healing. It can also have a direct effect on the pain receptors to relieve pain.

Endorphins, which are our natural body opiates, can be increased also leading to pain relief, reduction of edema and swelling. Endorphins also help with bone healing and regeneration. PEMF, being a magnetic wave, can penetrate hair, fur and bandage material, making it ideal for a veterinary setting. PEMF waves can target different tissues depending the internal charge of that tissue and the frequency of the unit.

What can PEMF be used for?

The most common uses include pain and inflammation, however devices can be adjusted for nervous system tissue and used for calming. Since horses are so prone to injury, it helps with almost any type of tissue damage. PEMF can be very useful for localized pain in the foot, pastern, knee, hock and stifle.

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Cold Lasers

Laser Therapy

Low Level Laser Therapy, also known as cold laser therapy, is a non invasive treatment that helps to reduce pain and inflammation. It has been used for many years in the treatment of sports injuries for athletes and it is now being used to help horses that are suffering from injuries, pain or inflammation.

Laser Therapy can accelerate healing and improve the repair, regeneration and remodelling of tissue in the horse. Some uses for laser therapy are wound healing, pain management, tendon/ligament injuries, muscle tears, neurologic injuries and stimulation of acupuncture points.

Laser and LED beams of light can stimulate the cells in the body that repair tissue, reduce inflammation and transmit pain.

Laser therapy optimises healing for shorter lay-off recovery times from a range of conditions and injuries. Quick, painless and non-invasive, low level laser therapy can deliver remarkable results in pain-relief, wound healing and soft-tissue repair. Both acute and chronic conditions can be treated effectively with rapid healing of good tissue quality with limited scarring.

Lasers direct a high intensity near infra-red beam of light into injured tissues. The infra-red light interacts with receptors deep within the tissue having several effects:

  • Encouragement of an increased blood supply to the area – this creates a highly oxygenated environment ideal for tissue healing, and aids delivery of white blood cells and nutrition to tissue

  • Reduction of swelling

  • Delivery of energy to the cells that are working hard to repair the injured tissue

  • Increased collagen production, a key component of soft tissue

  • Improvement in the alignment of the collagen, leading to increased strength and elasticity of scar tissue

  • Reduction in inflammatory molecules, leading to reduced inflammation and pain

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