The Thermotex Therapy Systems delivers gentle, deep-penetrating, and therapeutic infrared heat to the horse’s neck, back, shoulder, lung, barrel, and hip area to relieve pain. After just 20 minutes of use, the soothing infrared wavelengths penetrate up to 2.36 inches into the applied area. This results in an increase in blood flow, which enhances the […]
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Light therapy uses various spectrums of light as an alternative therapy.
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The Matrix Rainbow Meridian LED/Laser Light was sent out with a 30+ year veteran therapist who has extensive knowledge in therapy equipment and utilizes a multitude of bodywork methods. Here are four cases studies she shared.
This year we released a new light therapy device called the Matrix Rainbow Meridian LED/Laser that was developed by Matrix Therapy Products. The desire to bring this light to the market has been a long time coming.
Heated blankets can be used after exercise to keep muscles from cooling down too quickly, as well as before exercise to warm up muscles prior to competition. By warming up and loosening muscles before exercise it can help reduce the risk of injury. Additionally, infrared heat blankets provide a drug-free modality to use during competitions. […]
A two-year-old colt was being ponied at the track, but he startled and broke away. In the process, he tried to jump the side rail and landed on top of it with his front right leg.
Recently I have been riding a friend’s horse that is extremely girthy – he gets upset and tries to bite when his girth is tightened. The gelding has always been this way, but it was noticed as he began working again after time off. After just three easy rides, I noticed that the gelding had […]
Why use light therapy? It is a fast-acting and effective alternative therapy option that you can use to help your horse. Light therapy is an easy-to-use therapy that has a wide range of applications. The two primary uses are for healing wounds and reducing scar tissue. Skin irritations also benefit from light therapy, such as […]
Three Complementary Therapies to Fill out Your Toolbox Article by Deborah Powell, as published in SouthWest Horse Trader (October 2011) Have you ever discovered your horse is stiff, sore, or even injured and not known how you can help? Even if you already have therapy tools, choosing a therapy device that works is often confusing. Luckily, […]