MBST is successful in treating both humans and animals alike. It’s an easy and kind treatment process, which get results for your horse quickly by safely speeding up recovery from an injury or operation.
During treatment, patients can be either stabled or tied up. Furthermore, MBST® is a pain-free treatment and therefore causes no pain or stress to your horse.
But, what is MBST therapy and how does it work?
MBST uses Magnetic Resonance Therapy in order to communicate to cells in various MSK tissue. It’s a patented German technology that transfers energy directly into the cells of the tissue we are treating to stimulate regenerative processes. Essentially, the technology works at a cellular level to encourage healing and increase the function of the joint, often eliminating the need for surgery.
How MBST can help your horse
One of the many benefits of using MBST to aid the recovery of your horse is that we can treat them in their own stables, which ultimately causes much less stress on the animal or your vet can look after the whole process in their own veterinary hospital.
What we treat:
With MBST we can treat bone, cartilage, ligaments, discs, tendons, joints and muscles, along with the following:
- Muscle Strain, Ligament and Tendon Damage
- Bucked Shins
- Suspensory Ligament Injury
- DDFT Damage
- Bruised Bones
- Cartilage Damage
Injuries treated with MBST heal quicker, meaning your horse can return to work at a faster (safe) rate. The therapy also reduces the time it takes for your horse to recover from an operation and can reduce pain. Furthermore, it can be applied over casts and splints, it’s pain-free and there are NO side effects.
For any complaint not listed please do not hesitate to contact us to see if MBST therapy could help.Please note: If you notice your horse limping, struggling to get up and sit down, or it appears it’s less agile than before, you should consult a veterinary surgeon, as initial changes in bones, tendons or joints can result in permanent damage.
The worldwide contraindications for the treatment:
- Blood infections
- Bacterial inflammations
- Areas of where tumours are present or have been removed
- Cancer in the area of treatment within the past 5 years
- Active rheumatoid arthritis
- If your horse is in foal
Side effects = None