Happy Customers

The common denominator of Microcurrent therapy is to help the body repair tissue, and in doing so manage pain, which is a by-product of inflammation. Microcurrent devices are not aimed at particular conditions because they have a systemic, whole body effect, and you should be very sceptical if any manufacturer claims otherwise.

Many conditions, unfortunately, can’t be cured so pain management is often the main focus and not a cure. We do, however, list testimonials under different conditions as it helps you navigate to people who are similar to you and lets you know about their own experiences with our devices. We do not sponsor or pay for any testimonials.

Inflammation/Swelling and Lymphangitis

Lymphangitis

I have just used it on my ISH who developed Lymphangitis on Fri/Sat in both hind legs. He has been on a course of antibiotics and had the ArcEquine put on twice a day and by this morning his legs were virtually back to normal. I am truly amazed and relieved at his progress.

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Chronic Laminitis

My horse was diagnosed with chronic Laminitis due to EMS, he literally could not walk. He has been on box rest for nearly 4 months now, 2 lots of x-rays diagnosis laminitis with pedal bone rotation, was so painful he was on 2 bute am and 2 bute pm. It was literally touch and go….

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Windgalls and Swollen Knee

I had been recommended ArcEquine by so many friends who had experienced amazing results with really serious injuries or syndromes like kissing spines, suspensory desmitis, unresponsive wounds or chronic laminitis and associated pedal bone rotation. With such a range of uses, I thought there would be no harm testing it’s use on a banged knee…

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Undiagnosed - Potentially OCD in all Joints

Breed: Warmblood My horse is a very well bred, young horse with a strange problem. He has huge windgalls on his fetlocks, particularly behind. He also has large bursal enlargements to the hocks, stifles and on the backs of all pasterns. The fetlock joints in the hind limbs particularly, are slack and too close to…

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Swelling of Ligament

My daughter’s pony is a little bit accident prone. Having come back from a few injuries he was finally going well again when he developed a small ligament swelling. We had it checked out by the vet and we agreed he just needed one further week off at that point. Unfortunately by the following week…

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Swelling

I purchased this on the recommendation of my sister, who used it to successfully heal a significant tendon injury, and who has also used it throughout her holistic rehab practice for a variety of injuries. I bought it in anticipation of purchasing another off the track TB, to have on hand in case there were…

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Sacroiliac & Kissing Spine

This horse had sacroiliac, hock and back pain caused by a field injury together with back pain due to kissing spines. Started using the ArcEquine a few days before kissing spine surgery to start the process. Three days post kissing spine surgery there was practically no swelling at all. Two weeks post kissing spine surgery…

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Lymphangitis

I bought the unit to help with my horses lymphangitis near enough 5 weeks ago. She is now back in full work and going well, with only a slight amount of filling in her “bad” leg, however after exercise this returns more or less to normal and you’d never know there was anything wrong. The…

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Lymphangitis

My horse has been great, back out competing, doing hunter trials recently and enjoying life in general and I know it’s all down to using the ArcEquine. I have been recommending to everyone! Unfortunately, he got lymphangitis again, but this time I knew the cause. Two days after the incident he had Lymphangitis in two…

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Leg Injury/Wound

My horse (Ruby) who was 11 at the time of the injury back in March 2016, got her back right leg just above the hock tangled in electric fencing. We noticed her laying flat out in the field, we managed to get the wire off her leg, called vet and thought that we had got…

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