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.

Wounds/Bites and Stings (Warning: Graphic Images)

(Warning: Graphic Images)

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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Snake Bite

Breed: Thoroughbred Guss was bitten by a snake in the field and within 24 hours the flesh from front and back of the leg literally peeled away leaving a wound showing tendon and ligaments. After many months of dressings and drugs the wound got to a point where it stopped healing and the wound wouldn’t…

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Nose Injury

Since buying I have used on my horse after he had a major accident, jumping a 5 1/2 foot fence after being scared by a helium balloon. He needed several stitches to his nose to put back the skin he had scraped when he nose dived after loosing his footing. I have only used the…

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Puncture Wound Through Chest

Breed: Thoroughbred Joycie had a severe puncture wound through her chest, with it being unlikely that she would survive. Even if she was to survive there was a limited chance she could work again due to the severity of the wound. Her puncture wound was treated via the Royal Veterinary College. We used ArcEquine to…

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Deep Equine Wound - Leg

Breed: Warmblood X Thoroughbred Frank got his leg caught in a gate and it tore him to pieces as he pulled back to release himself. The flesh was stripped right down with a deep wound exposing a large area of canon bone, and quite bad lacerations on the fetlock as well. Every 3-4 days his…

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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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Bite Injury

Unfortunately, following a field ‘play session” my yearling colt suffered a severe bite injury. The vet said the injury would take months to heal as two muscles had been bitten through and a large caveat in the neck had been created. Three weeks later … well, see for yourself!  

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Severe Injuries to Cuts & Grazes / Maintenance / Travel from Events

I love my ARC so much I have recently been enquiring about a second device for my yard. From everything to severe injuries to cuts and grazes through to weekly maintenance and use on journeys from events, I cannot rave about the ARC enough. Two friends have recently purchased on my recommendation and are finding…

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Deep Equine Wound

Breed: Hunter Derek came in with nasty wound under his elbow, the vet stitched both internal and external and advised to wash twice a day in salt water and apply flamazine. He had a penicillin jab for 5 days and was advised to keep him on box rest. 10 days later Derek’s wound exploded 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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