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Equine Case Studies

Injuries

Date: N/A

Name of Horse: Bailey

Age of Horse: 9 years

Breed of Horse: N/A

Sex of Horse: Stallion

Injury or Condition: Slipped off a sidewalk, injured shoulder and limped a quarter of a mile back to the stables.

Treatment: Thank goodness that the Equitonic was in my truck. I worked on him for one hour and then gave him an herbal anti-inflammatory.

Outcome: When I started he was on 3 legs; when I left he was back on all fours. What is really interesting about this whole CHI thing is that it does work. I believe that the reason animals responds so well to it, is that they do not know how not to. They just know that they feel better. I’ve had people call it Voo Doo and chuckle under their breath. Yet, my horses are fit and happy. The people who have the most to say about my methods have 3 horses off and vet bills climbing. I’ve turned around 2 at the barn and the office and they now have their own machines. They watched and saw what it did for me and my babies. Thank you. You have contributed to my well being. My horses appreciate you too.

Name of Attending Vet or Therapist: Su Bacon

Location: Monrovia, CA


Date: N/A

Name of Horse: N/A

Age of Horse: 9 months

Breed of Horse: N/A

Sex of Horse: Filly

Injury or Condition: Spooked and hit extensor tendon on left leg over fetlock joint. Within one week tendon showing thickening. Did not respond to wraps or sweats.

Treatment: Treated with Equitonic 20 minutes per day, 5 days per week, then 10 minutes per day, 5 days per week.

Outcome: Reduction in thickened area on tendon about 80% in 6 weeks. Now about 90% reduction in tendon size. Joint almost looks normal. Enlargement of joint areas are faults in conformation. This filly is showing in breeding/sport horse classes where confirmation makes up a large part of her overall score.

Name of Attending Vet or Therapist: Tammy Opperman

Location: Whitesburg, GA


Date: N/A

Name of Horse: N/A

Age of Horse: 10 years

Breed of Horse: N/A

Sex of Horse: Filly

Injury or Condition: Contusion and ligament damage to joints when hoof was caught in high fence after horse reared up, made worse by twisting the hindquarters around in a half-circle so that the forelimb was twisted awkwardly, and was held in that position for hours.

Treatment: Two days after the incident, the Infratonic was applied to the forelimb, which was swollen, torn, hot and tender to touch. Initially, the horse was skittish about the unusual vibratory sounds from the transducer.

Outcome: The immediate results of the Infratonic application were reduction in swelling and tenderness, which did not return. As the horse was placed on lead to walk, the hesitancy and limp that had originally been visible was much less apparent. Then, during lunging activities, it was possible to observe the horse self-adjusting to the increased capability of the leg by beginning to place more weight on the leg and by obtaining a more even stride.

Name of Attending Vet or Therapist: Mary Berry, DC

Location: Richland Hills, TX


Date: N/A

Name of Horse: N/A

Age of Horse: Under 1 year

Breed of Horse: N/A

Sex of Horse: Filly

Injury or Condition: She had wacked the entensor tendon at the fetlock joint on her left front leg. The tendon showed some thickening with a lump at the site of injury. She never took a lame step but as a horse showing in breeding classes this would hurt her show record.

Treatment: 2 months of 5 days per week treatments.

Outcome: The leg thickening is down about 80%.

Name of Attending Vet or Therapist: Tammy Opperman

Location: Whitesburg, GA

 

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*Note: The previous letters are opinions expressed by our customers, and do not necessarily reflect the views of CHI Institute.