TheraPlate is a safe, non invasive, whole body treatment using active circulation stimulation technology. TheraPlate encourages circulation to extremities and reduces inflammation in a completely natural, drug free way often eliminating the need for joint injections, supplements, or prescription non steroidal anti inflammatories. The gentle vibrations are non-irritating to existing or older injuries which makes TheraPlate a perfect curative for soundness issues in horses, stiffness in canines, and sports related concerns in people. People also experience lower blood pressure, lower blood glucose levels, and better balance when administered TheraPlate treatments regularly. TheraPlate treatments also reduce the occurrence of injuries when administered before exercise and conversely aids in recovery post activity. TheraPlate treatments are available to horses on layup and rehab onsite at WB Therapy and mobily at major equestrian events.
Pulsed Electromagnetic Field (PEMF) Therapy is a noninvasive, regenerative treatment for high stress areas such as joints, back, head, shoulders, and deeper tissues not easily reached by massage, lasers, or pin point healing methods. The gentle pulsing administered through the Pulse Equine System attachment coils and pads activates metabolic health at a cellular level by “charging” the body’s cells. This cellular activity aids in the body’s natural healing processes when dealing with injury, illness, or recovery by enhancing absorption of oxygen and nutrients, increasing blood flow to targeted areas, and naturally detoxing cellular waste.
Some benefits include:
In sports injuries, PEMF Therapy accelerates the healing process by increasing blood flow and circulation to torn ligaments, tendons, and muscles. Reduction in fluid retention (edema) also aids in the increased healing properties stimulated by the electromagnetic pulses. Equestrians, horses, and canines alike often find relief for aching joints and older injuries by administering regular PEMF treatments which improves mobility and reduces stiffness.
PEMF Therapy treatments are highly beneficial for active show or pleasure horse barns as multiple horses, dogs, and people can be treated in a single day.
The Respond Laser targets specific areas of pain as opposed to whole body treatment methods by penetrating the skin with specific wavelengths of light to promote healing at the cellular level and reduce inflammation. In equines, such areas of concern include SI joints, kissing spine, coffin bones, tendons, ligaments, stifles, and other musculoskeletal areas. Canines find relief when treated for hip dysplasia, ACL tears, lick granulomas, and soft tissue related injuries. Cold laser therapy also aids in the relief of muscle soreness and fatigue following an intense workout which helps to prevent significant stress injuries. This safe method of therapy has zero negative side effects and is extremely beneficial in accelerating the healing of sports injuries. WB Therapy offers this treatment both onsite at their facility, during major equestrian events, and mobily during farm calls.
Game Ready therapy is a cold compression therapy system used to minimize pain and reduce swelling. Essential for injury and post operative recovery, the Game Ready system is applied to lower legs with the use of boot wraps which cycle cold water consistently throughout the boot while evenly applying compression. This dry method of cold therapy eliminates concerns that traditional cold hosing often comes with including scratches and cracked heels while still delivering the ice cold pain relief and reduced inflammation of hydrotherapy. The inflation of the boot applies adjustable, form-fitting compression that naturally drives excess fluid from the injured area while also delivering the cold therapy deeper into affected tissues. Compression therapy also increases blood flow and thus oxygen needed for rapid healing. Game Ready therapy is available onsite at WB Therapy for layup and rehabilitating horses as well as off site during major equestrian events and farm calls.