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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.

Scar Tissue(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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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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Skin Infection/Ringworm

After 6 weeks use of ArcEquine, skin has now been clear for 6 months. Old scar tissue dramatically reduced within days of using ArcEquine. Horse now sound and clipped. When we bought our horse he had what we believed were a few spots of ringworm which after a few days increased and then exploded everywhere…

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Hunting Injury

Our horse came to us with a hunting injury on his front leg which had a massive amount of proud flesh and this was only getting bigger, not smaller. We covered it in copper sulphate avoiding the edges and put the ArcEquine machine on him. The scar tissue was dramatically reduced within days of using…

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Sarcoids - Sheath

This horse had 3 large sarcoids on his sheath of varying sizes, the largest sarcoid been the size of a fist. The horse had lived with the sarcoids for years and the sarcoids had been banded by the vet several times. Although this worked temporarily on the sarcoids, they always came back. The owner used…

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Sarcoids - Eyelid

Breed: Irish Sports Horse This horse developed 2 sarcoids, one sarcoid on the inside of his front leg and one sarcoid on his right eyelid. The sarcoid on his eye grew quite quickly to protrude about 1 inch out of his eye. The vets advice was that because of the proximity of the sarcoid to…

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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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Flexor Tendon Tear

My horse was diagnosed with a flexor tendon tear at the insertion point in the hoof. She was in a plaster cast for 6 weeks with box rest, followed by walking rehab for 10 minutes twice a day. This walking rehab was built up to 1.5hrs daily to try and help the flexor tendon. After…

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Damaged Superficial Digital Flexor Tendon & Scar Tissue

My horse damaged his superficial digital flexor tendon which caused a huge lump at the back of his fetlock joint. A year later, the superficial digital flexor tendon itself had healed really well, but my problem lay in the scar tissue… Every time I picked up his work load, the scar tissue would rupture and…

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Bel

Breed: Thoroughbred (ottb) In the beginning of October 15th my mare sliced the back of her left hind pastern whilst being lead through a field. We couldn’t find what cut her so its a mystery. Vet called straight away and treatment began. He cleaned wound, stitched and bandaged. After 10 days the bandage and stitches…

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