Digital radiography is a form of radiography that uses x-ray sensitive plates to directly capture data during the patient examination, immediately transferring it to a computer system. The images can be viewed immediately after acquisition and our system is completely wireless.
Ultrasonography is a technique that uses echos of ultrasound pulses to delineate objects or areas of different density in the body. Ultrasound can be used to diagnose, track and monitor soft tissue injuries. It may also be used as a precision guide for intralesional therapies.
Prostride APS is a proprietary dual device system whose output produces a concentrated solution of cells, platelets, growth factors and anti-inflammatory proteins. Prostride is autologous (uses the patient’s own blood), convenient (is performed at your barn) and shows clinically demonstrated effectiveness. Once Prostride is prepared it can be used for various issues, most typically intra-articularly in place of corticosteroids.
Shock wave is a noninvasive, high-energy pressure wave treatment, which is commonly used in human and veterinary medicine. It helps the body in relieving pain, speeding healing and improving quality of healing. Our VersaTron system uses Electrohydraulic Shockwave generations and has been proven effective for treating such conditions as Tendon and ligament injuries, splints, osteoarthritis and back and muscle pain among others.
Shock wave treatments can help your horse to return to work more quickly and has more than a decade of clinical success behind it. The VersaTron is covered by most insurance companies (up to 3 treatments) so it is a beneficial option to owners.
RLT Laser Therapy
The therapy laser radically increases circulation, which reduces pain and inflammation by stimulating an endorphin release and radically excites the energy carrier in the cell (the ATP) to heal the cells in ⅓ to ½ the normal healing time.
Functional Electrical Stimulation Therapy
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is one type of electrotherapy available to equine practitioners for rehabilitation purposes. FES is classified as a neuromuscular electrical stimulator because it stimulates the motor nerves responsible for muscle function, as well as the sensory nerves that are responsible for the senses, such as the sense of pain.
The goal of FES is to produce a smooth contraction and relaxation of both superficial and deep muscle groups that mimic a “real” muscle contraction and relaxation cycle (hence producing “functional” movement), which helps damaged sensory nerve and muscle fibers heal, returning the muscle to a healthy state.