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Linus Healing Journey
On April 25, 2023 Linus suffered a laceration from a miss-hap in his pasture. On May 17, 2023 he was purchased by Sade Cain. PEMF Therapy was immediately started the next day. As of June 21, and 13 sessions later, the laceration is healing nicely and new skin is forming around the wound. There is no signs of granulation on the healing tissue. As May 29, 2023 Linus had b been given the ok to start back into work! And June 5, 2023 is now able to be turned out for almost half the day!
Summer sore/proud flesh
Coco had suffered from this proud flesh wound for over two and a half years! In July 2021 laceration swelled up. This s when the owner had enough and decided to try PEMF therapy to help heal the wound. In just three short months, coco was proud flesh free! As you can see from the photos, new skin covers the area, and there is no swelling!
As of December 2022, coco is still proud flesh free!
Otto’s healing from stitches and staples
Sometimes, even your own horse may require healing assistance. Otto has been a prime example of how my modalities work wonders. From a torn meniscus to maintenance for being a sport/performance horse his whole life, Otto has significantly benefitted. This case study involves Otto, at 24, trying to jump a brick wall. As shown in the photos on the top row to the left, Otto's attempt did not go smoothly, resulting in stitches in his front legs and 5 staples just below his hock.
Otto had to rest in his stall for 2 weeks, after which he would be rechecked to assess his healing progress. Otto received daily PEMF therapy and cold laser therapy sessions on his wounds during this time. His sutures healed perfectly, and the vet cleared him to resume his routine without additional aftercare.
Justin suffered a strain in his front left leg check ligament that caused lameness. The owner immediately contacted the vet, who assessed Justin's condition and rated his lameness as a three on the scale. The vet informed the owner that the injury would take around 6 to 9 months to heal, and it was uncertain whether Justin would fully recover from it. However, Justin made significant improvements after only seven sessions over a month, and he was cleared for tack walking and light turnout. A four-month ultrasound showed minimal scar tissue, indicating that Justin's recovery was progressing well. Eventually, Justin made a full recovery and returned to the show ring early in 2020.