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.

Pain(AE)

Muscle Atrophy

My horse was involved in a terrible road traffic accident which resulted in severe muscle atrophy in the shoulder/chest area, a severed bicipital tendon and a fractured sternum. Silidan has made a great recovery over the 3 year period but I wanted to see if there was more that could be done particularly for the…

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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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Soft Tissue Damage In Back

I have gotten on really well with the Arc unit on my mare. I did 9 weeks in total on the initial treatment, and now onto fortnightly weekend maintenance. Was really impressed with it, and now back in the saddle again and feel that was through the Arc. My mare had a trauma to her…

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Lameness in All Feet

Rita has been lame on and off for about 4 years after a fall in the field.  In 2018 things got really difficult for Rita she was lame on all four feet, after many x-rays which showed nothing wrong with the bones but extremely thin soles, with vets & physios saying this could be neurological…

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Kissing Spine, PSD and SI Pain

Breed: WB x TB Prinny; 16hh wb x tb mare 7 yrs old Following box rest for sarcoid surgery she became severely lame on both hind-limbs. Vet diagnosed kissing spine and bilateral hindlimb psd and SI pain on 24 April 17. Underwent removal of dorsal spinous process of t15&16 and bilateral hindlimb neurectomy and fasciotomy…

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Superficial Digital Flexor Tendon

Breed: ID x TB Original prognosis for my horse was that he had “blown” his superficial digital flexor tendon. It was such severe injury of the superficial digital flexor tendon that is was almost ruptured – only the para-tendon was keeping the superficial digital flexor tendon together. The vet advised that it would be a…

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