Gone are the days when you have to rig up a system like this to treat the stifle area. Crude but effective. We're introducing a new back blanket design that will help in treating not only stifle, but the sides and shoulders as well.
The new design has a twin line of velcro running down the midline and two on each side allowing you to move the dual pockets to where you want them.
One of the things that we can all agree upon is that horses are direct and to the point about what they want to do. Which brings us to a video shoot that we did with Heidi Degele and her horses. Lakota had enough of this interview and let us know in the most direct way he could - by taking the microphone. Literally.
I was disappointed that we could not hear Heidi's response but we do get to hear her wonderful laugh once the audio is restored. All in all, it was a wonderful time spent with Heidi and Emily, both dressage competitors and good sports!
Talk to any dressage competitor or trainer and they will tell you that back pain and soreness are big issues with performance. Heidi Degele of Heidi Degele Dressage knows this all too well and in fact, when that pain originates from a condition known as "Kissing Spines," it can have a big impact on how comfortable the horse is and how h/she performs. To a large extent, a successful career depends on being pain free..
Heidi began using Cytowave and from the moment she treated a horse's back and road him the next day, she understood the value and impact that Cytowave could have on her horses. Her horse moved differently under saddle and responded in ways that she had not experienced in quite some time. Flash forward to when one of her horses is diagnosed with kissing spine - you can watch Heidi discussing how well he fared with his Cytowave treatments.
Do you live in Florida?
Now that season has died do a bit and everyone can catch their breath, we'd like to make the following offer. If you live in Florida and are interested in learning more about Cytowave, we'll come out and do a free 30 minute back treatment! This gives us a chance to answer your questions, find out what issues you're dealing with and let you see first hand what effect Cytowave has on horses.
Why only back issues? Generally leg issues involve tendon or ligaments, which are of course denser tissue. It typically takes a week or so for you to see and feel the difference with those injuries. Backs however, are a much different story. Most horses have sore backs or other issues that cause them discomfort in their back. Cytowave back treatments are very effective and many times you will see the horse react within five minutes of getting a treatment. They'll start licking and chewing and some have even nodded off.
So that's the reason why we like to focus on showing you a unit while doing a back treatment. We've also heard from many users that the regular use of the 30 minute back program keeps their horses feeling good and injury free and many have reported that the leg issues they were dealing with have gone away after treating the back.
Give us a call and if we can arrange for a representative to come out to your place, we'll make it happen!
Click here to find out more about back treatments!
Marcus continues his healing, storming back to activity after more than 8 months of being lame. From multiple and unidentified issues. Heather sent us the video below which shows him exercising and jumping - something that he has only done a few times prior to becoming lame. He looks like he's getting the hang of it!