For all the new Arcequine owners! I thought I would write an article about how I use the Arc and some hints and tips as lots of you have taken up the current special discount offer…
As of May 2020 the less than half price deal is still on – contact me for details if you would like to purchase a unit!
I have used the Arcequine for years, on my own horse and horses coming in to my yard for rehabilitation. I have seen improvements in soft tissue injuries such as suspensory ligament injuries and tendon injuries, wounds, arthritis, stiffness levels, post surgery, sarcoids, as well as horses being more relaxed whilst wearing the Arcequine, and a cumulative relaxing effect for horses on box rest. I quite often see them dosing if stabled while wearing it!
It runs really well alongside vet treatment, and a number of vets that I work with have been really surprised at how good the injuries look on scan in terms of healing after use of the Arcequine. One vet actually had to check she was scanning the correct leg at rescan as she couldn’t see the injury on ultrasound and had to go searching for it! True story!
So just a quick recap on what the Arcequine is actually doing…
The first part of the programme is reducing inflammation at the injury site but also throughout the whole body. Inflammation is always present at injury sites and sometimes the body gets ‘stuck’ in this part of the process. Inflammation is a natural response to injury, and is a chemical response, but we need it to resolve and sometimes it doesn’t. The Arcequine will help the body’s natural healing process to restart and remove the inflammatory chemicals away and out of the system so that the injury can then be repaired properly.
The second part of the programme is the repair part, the Arcequine is basically kickstarting the body’s natural cell repair process to help it to work as well as it possibly can.
The programme runs for 6 weeks in total and you will use the machine for its 3 hour programme daily. That’s a lot of therapy!
Now some practical tips…
I hope this article has been helpful, if you have any questions about how to use the Arcequine please message me!
And I love to hear your success stories! So please get in touch to let me know how you get on with using your Arcequine.