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If You Breed Horses, You Need To Know About Dynasplint Systems.

Posted by on Jan 28th, 2011 and filed under Medical/Nutrition. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry


If you’re a horse breeder, you may have delivered new foals suffering from a condition known as, “Deep Digital Flexor Tendon Contracture.” Unless treated effectively, you may have a foal that could always be compromised with lameness issues. Check out these remarkable photos from Dynasplint.

Foal Being Treated with Dynasplint® System to Correct Contracture

Foal Being Treated with Dynasplint® System to Correct Contracture

  • BEFORE – Deep Digital Flexor Tendon Contracture Before Dynasplint® Treatment
  • DURING TREATMENT – Foal Being Treated with Dynasplint® System to Correct Contracture
  • AFTER – DDFT Contracture After 24 hours of Dynasplint® Treatment.  Effects of Low-Load, Prolonged-Duration Stretch (LLPS) on a Contracture

“I removed the Dynsplint® System after five hours and was shocked at the result. The splinted leg was corrected already to the point that my foal could rest his front foot down to the ground. It was absolutely miraculous to see.” …”I would recommend Dynasplint® Systems highly for its ease of use, its capability to create effective correction, and because of the superb customer service you receive.”

– Jeanette B.
Hanoverian Breeding Farm


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