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.

Ligament/Suspensory/Tendon Injury

Collateral Ligament Damage & Wound Healing

My horse had damage to his medial collateral ligament which was confirmed by a MRI scan. He also had a wound in one of his soles from an abscess. I was told to put him on box rest as there was no treatment (medical) available. No timescale for recovery was given. ArcEquine was used daily…

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Suspensory Ligament Injury

On the couch had a small injury to her suspension ligament which was found after a scan. We were told to put her on the walker for 2 weeks and then turn out for a couple of weeks before starting work again. This was in November she is now due to run this weekend. She…

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Check Ligament Strain/Old Scar Tissue

My horse was diagnosed with a check ligament strain injury, and also had a large old scar on his leg. The recommended treatment was box rest for 12 weeks. I used the injury ArcEquine program for the check ligament strain injury, and the horse also wore magnetic boots when not wearing his Arc Equine. I…

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Bone Fragments in Stifle Joint/Partially Torn Cruciate Ligament/Locked Stifle Joint

Millie went suddenly lame when ridden on the flat in the arena on a good surface. Initially it was thought she had a potential sacroiliac issue for which she was administered a cortisone injection in her back, but her condition deteriorated and upon further examination it was found that she had bone fragments in her…

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PSD in Hind Legs

My horse has psd in hind legs after 11 months off and shockwave treatment the vet was happy with her to start rehab however the scans where not perfect and she had a guarded prognosis on staying sound so I invested in an arc, she wears it every day and so far, (touch wood) feels…

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Proximal Suspensory Desmitis (PSD)

After 4 months post diagnosis of proximal suspensory desmitis (PSD), my horse has had a scan today which has shown his leg is back to normal! I had to lunge him for the vet and despite being exuberant, his paces were fantastic & elevated. His PSD is better and he is now officially back in…

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DDFT & Mild Navicular

Breed: WBXTB Biddy is a 12 year old WB x TB who is rather difficult at times, particularly when off work. She went lame in November, when the vet came she felt she was lame in both front legs. The left worse than right, we differed as I felt the right was worse! I bought…

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Collateral Ligament Damage

Breed: TB x Connemara My horse suffered from bilateral lameness of the front feet. He was diagnosed with collateral ligament damage. The vet suggested trying Performance Leverage Reduction (PLR) shoes, and continuing with normal exercise as he had already had time off. I started the ArcEquine on the treatment protocol for injuries, to try and…

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Tendon Injury & Lameness

In 1996 I owned a 3 year old bright red turbo diesel Peugeot 205 car. It had smiled at me every time I passed the forecourt on my way home along the A27 to my flat in Worthing. And then one ordinary Tuesday I pulled my creaky Subaru estate alongside and did a swop. I…

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Tendon Injury

Purchased the Arc after our horse sustained a tear in a suspensory branch. He was rescanned 4 weeks after his injury and we had begun using the Arc and my vet was very pleased with how the tear was healing. 3 months on our horse has now returned cantering and jumping cross poles. Despite being…

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