Equilibrium Horse Therapy
- To help to maintain a healthy back.
- For horses on box rest – use the Magnetic Back Pad overnight and a give a relaxing Massage session once a day
- Competition horses in regular work – use the Massage Pad before and after exercise and the Magnetic Back Pad overnight in the stable.
- For older horses still in work – give a Massage session before exercise and use the Magnetic Back Pad overnight.
- For horses travelling long distances, the Magnetic Back Pad will improve circulation during travelling. Use the Massage Pad to alleviate stiffness before coming off the lorry or trailer.
- For horses recovering from Kissing Spine – the Magnetic Back Pad will help increase the rate of healing and the Massage Pad encourage flexibility.
- For horses returning to work after periods of rest – a combination of Massage and Magnetic Therapy will help increase cellular activity and increase suppleness
- For ex-racehorses in retraining – use a combination of Massage and Magnetic therapies as horses start to recruit different muscles in new work
- For horses in winter, prone to cold backs or just feel the cold. Use the Magnetic Back Pad under a stable rug to warm the back and quarters and treat to a Massage session each day.
When to use Massage Therapy
The Equilibrium Therapy Massage Pad can be used for:
- Horses on box rest to promote blood flow
- After exercise to help with toxin removal
- Before exercise as part of warm up
- At a show to help recover from travelling
- On your horses day off as part of a maintenance programme
- To help alleviate back problems
- Anytime as a rewarding treatment
When should I use the Magnetic Back Pad?
Magnetic therapy works over a period of time so it is best worn overnight or during the day in the stable. The Magnetic Therapy Back and Quarters Pad is suitable for horses or ponies that;
- Suffer with a cold back
- Stiff veteran horses or horses standing in for long periods of time
- Are in high levels of work to encourage repair
- Help relieve stiffness in the pelvic limb
- Suffer with a sore back from ill-fitting saddle
- All horses during cold weather to prevent stiffness
- Pre and post op for Kissing Spine
- Horses with chronic back conditions
- That are prone to tying-up