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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.

Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) and PSD

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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Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) in Hock & Stifle

My horse was diagnosed with OCD in her hock and stifle. She had an operation to remove the bone fragments but I was told she might come sound and the swelling may go down but no guarantee of recovery from the OCD. Vet recommended box rest for two weeks then turn out and see what…

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Chronic PSD and Bone Spavins

Treatment for PSD and Bone Spavins was originally recommended to be shockwave treatment, platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatments, and rest. “Alf” had 24 weeks walking on hard surfaces and no work on grass/surface, in order to try and help his PSD and Bone Spavins – this didn’t work! ArcEquine treatment and management (ie. programme used,…

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PSD

Breed: New Forest Pony Our pony was diagnosed with chronic PSD aged 7 ( he is 13 now) he had shockwave and improved but was never really sound, and couldn’t cope with arena’s and could only hack. We maintained him on Devils Claw and just rode in straight lines for years ! I tried the…

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Proximal Suspensory Desmitis (PSD) - Hind legs

He was diagnosed with Proximal Suspensory Desmitis (PSD) in both hind legs in August 2013. The vets treated his PSD with steroid injections and used shockwave therapy, neither of which worked. The vet then advised for him to be de-nerved which only had a 30% chance of success of treating his PSD, as he has…

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Mild, Acute Left Hind PSD (High Suspensory Ligament Strain)

Breed: ISH Original prognosis was mild, acute left hind PSD (high suspensory ligament strain), following as a knock on issue from sore back as a result of a poor saddle fitting by a saddler. My vet recommended 3 x shockwave treatments, and one cortisone injection to try and improve the suspensory ligament. Controlled exercise (no…

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Hind Suspensory Ligaments

Breed: Irish Draught Thoroughbred She had 30% damage to both hind suspensory ligaments and type 2 sagittal ridge OCD lesion to right hind fetlock. Recommended treatment was surgery to clean out the joint and remove any soft or damaged tissue, followed by a steroid injection into the fetlock joint. Box rest during this time then…

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Chronic PSD in Hind Legs

My 11 yr old warm blood horse has Chronic PSD in both hind legs and also issues with poor front foot confirmation which can cause intermittent pain. I bought him to show jump but on vets advice we now just do dressage. He had a neurectomy 5 years ago but started to struggle again, on…

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Chronic PSD and Bone Spavins in Left Hock

My horse had chronic PSD in both hinds, and bone spavins in his left hock adding to his issues. He raced in Ireland until he was 6 and had never been “really” sound. He went lame in October 2013 and he was seen at the Animal Health Trust in Newmarket. We were told he would…

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