It's a given that, as a horse owner, your horse will be injured during its lifetime. If you and your horse are athletes, then you will definitely become intimately familiar with many of the available modalities out there for treating sprains, tears and other injuries.
The first step, of course, is to diagnose the injury. From there the veterinarian can recommend a treatment so you and your horse can return to the track. Fortunately, Cytowave is also an extremely effective treatment for most types of injuries. If there is inflammation, there will ultimately be an injury. Cytowave can reduce inflammation and the pain that so often accompanies it. In this manner, we are very good at preventing injuries since inflammation is generally a precursor to micro tears which lead to more severe injuries if left unaddressed.
One comment which we frequently hear from our customers is that they actually save time and money by using Cytowave because they can discontinue using some of the other modalities. Since Cytowave appears to heal a broader range of injuries and actually heals them (no masking!) permanently, there are no monthly or weekly visits to treat a horse as a temporary treatment in the hope that the horse will heal.
In fact, in one of our most stubborn cases, we had a 24 year old horse (not the best patient in terms of rapid healing) that had a tear that covered 75% of her suspensory. Yes, I admit that we almost gave up on this one but after ten weeks, we finally got the old girl back to her old routine. That was a very tough case but we healed her. Normally, her treatments would have been a number of modalities stretched out over the year and maybe then, there would be progress.
Cytowave works quite well with other treatments and the sum total of the healing is generally much greater than the individual parts. But overall, you will find that Cytowave can become your one-trick pony to heal and maintain your horses health.
If you're considering using us for the first time, give us a call and we will answer any questions you may have!