Lactic Acid: How to Treat Lameness in Horses

Lactic Acid Treatment

Lameness and Poor Performance is Caused by Lactic Acid

Many people don’t realize that lactic acid is the main cause of lameness and poor performance. Did you know that removing lactic acid from your horse’s body can increase lung capacity and stamina by 30%?

How to Treat Lactic Acid Build-Up in Horses

We can remove all lactic acid from the horse’s body with simple treatment with the LEG SAVER LACTIC ACID TREATMENT.  One treatment will remove all traces of this dreaded affliction that all horses suffer from exercise. Because they have such huge muscle masses, the problem is magnified.  We can also guarantee a 20 to 30% increase in lung capacity when the lungs & spleen are treated at the same time. 

This treatment is easy to apply and is required before every race or competition. We treat a horse’s:

  • ankles
  • hocks
  • knees
  • stifles*
  • tendons
  • ligaments
  • hooves
  • muscles

*Watch this video demonstration of Gary Desroches treating a painful stifle:

When to Treat Lameness with Leg Saver

The best time to schedule the treatment is the morning or night before the race and our recommend treatment is duration is 1-2 hour treatment.  We find that horses really respond in a positive manner.  They have substantially more stamina and energy, particularly at the end of the race.

Our success rate is 100%. We have not had a failure yet.  Results are guaranteed.

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