We recently attended the Florida Association of Equine Practitioners show in Naples, Florida and it afforded us the opportunity to catch up with Cytowave users. In one of our more interesting cases, a horse had fractured its C4 vertebrae by slipping on the ice. An individual who had been treating horses with Cytowave had the idea of using the leg coils to treat the neck. Although it was an awkward position, you can see that the nailed the positioning over the fracture. The result? Here's what Dr. Brett Gaby had to say.
"For a fracture of this nature, I was surprised at the speed of healing," he said.
In 1994 he moved to Dublin Ireland to study veterinary sciences at the University College Dublin. While there he carried first class honors throughout the curriculum and obtained a useful equine foundation. After returning to the United States, Dr. Gaby attended the Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 1999. He was awarded honors in the clinical pathological sciences from the college. He completed an internship at the Rochester Equine Clinic and was employed by Boston Equine Associates for nearly four years before starting his own practice in 2003. He specializes in lameness diagnosis and treatment.
As more horse owners, veterinarians and trainers use Cytowave, they are revealing that our technology may be able to heal a broader spectrum of injuries than our treatment programs suggest.