Category: Laminitis

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How To Manage Ringbone in a Horse

Ringbone is one of the most misdiagnosed forms of arthritis in horses, because it is a doppelgänger condition for a host of other issues such as Laminitis, Navicular Syndrome, Founder and Thrush. Due to its similarities to other conditions, ringbone is very difficult injury to properly diagnose. What Exactly is Ringbone? Ringbone is a degenerative disorder…
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Equine Laminitis. You may have heard the term or even be familiar with this very painful condition. At best, it can cause permanent structural damage in your horse’s foot on a microscopic level that leads to permanent lameness and repeated infections. At worst, this separation of the laminae from the hoof wall to the coffin…
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Increasing Your Horse’s Stamina

The basic LEG SAVER treatments are quite simple Treat the lung and heart ting points (located on the front coronet bands) once, 3 days before a race or event. Treatments are for one hour each. Treatments should be done separately, one after the other. It will take 2 hours to complete both. The following day…
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Equine Azoturia & Tying Up

EQUINE AZOTURIA AND TYING UP  There is a new therapy of handling Azoturia which is a major problem in performance horses.  We have developed a program with the LEG SAVER treating the major organs that control all of the muscle groups in horses and humans. Horses are given a lot of medications (drugs) in North America…
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