Douglas Spatz
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  • Malvern, PA
  • United States
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Is Icing Still a Valid Treatment for Injuries?

Is Icing Still a Valid Treatment for Injuries? I had a discussion the other evening with a family member about the pros and cons of icing and was told it’s used to treat horse’s legs and is…Continue

Started Jul 10, 2018

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Developer of US made far infrared products for horses and people. Equine Far Infrared Compression and Support Wraps permit the natural thermoregulation of heat due to breathable foam and textile backing.

I grew up on a farm with two barns full of horses and ponies. My mom has had her big R for decades and has trained bred horses and ponies. My younger brother and sister are both equine professionals, one a R judge and the other an FEI groom featured in the Chronicle of the horse as a horse whisperer. I used to ride, show and hunt but didn't stop growing and became involved in other sports. I wish I had this technology then!

I developed these products for equine therapy but they work just as well on people. Over the years we've maintained 100% satisfaction.

*After exercise or competition exertion and overexertion
*Before exercise or competition to warm muscles, tendons and enhance blood flow
*Cellulitis treatment
*Chronic edema of both hind legs
*Enhance lymphatic flow, blood circulation and oxygenation
*For horses prone to stocking up when stalled, stall-rest, trailering
*Ganglion treatment
*Help prevent injuries during training
*Laminitis treatment
*Long transports
*Lymph disorders - horse lymphangitis, horse lymphoma treatment
*Postoperative or post-traumatic swelling
*Postoperative wound care – faster healing (e.g. after an arthroscopy)
*Postoperatively, to avoid swelling & to accelerate the natural healing process
*Preventative support and infrared energy against injuries
*Soft windgalls treatment (not yet hardened)
*Support & healing acceleration after operations, immobilization, etc.
*Swelling in leg, fetlock, pastern, hock
*Treatment of the plantar annular ligament)
*Various injuries (e.g. suspensory ligament, tendon injuries, etc.)
*Wound and scar treatment

EyeOn Equine Care products DO NOT contain any ceramics that reflects and traps heat and has caused injuries.
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The Pros and Cons of Leg Protection

I’m sure you’re aware of the Pros and Cons of leg products such as boots and wraps and how riders and trainers need to balance their use for protection along with the danger of overheating. There are a number of studies on the topic and there are others concerning the danger of overheating with ceramic boots and wraps used for injury prevention and recovery. One important theme veterinarians and professionals emphasize is the need for breathable protection.

Another important topic…


Posted on July 22, 2018 at 1:45pm

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