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Horse Feed | Equibar Mobility2020-10-14T17:22:18+02:00

All-natural nutrition bar for muscle and joint support

Complementary horse feed in the form of a nutrition bar formulated with medicinal herbs that contain effective anti-inflammatory properties, which help the health of joints and muscles with natural painkilling action. Equibar Mobility must be integrated daily into the nutrition of an active horse. Regular use helps reduce muscle inflammation and has painkilling and anti-inflammatory action in the joints affected by cartilage degeneration caused by arthrosis. In healthy horses, it helps with muscle recovery after intense exercise. Equibar Mobility is a formula that combines the important active ingredients of boswellia, turmeric, and fenugreek, to support optimum muscular function and alleviate joint pain associated with cartilage degeneration. The use of Equibar Mobility is recommended for horses susceptible to arthrosis, arthritis from stress, fatigue, and muscle pain.

Read about the selection of plants used in the Equibar Mobility formula

The advantages of using Equibar Mobility:

– Reduced joint pain.
– Improved joint mobility.
– Quick muscle recovery after intense exercise.

Equibar Mobility prevents inflammation in the joints.

– The thoracic-lumbar-sacral back regions.
– The fetlock, pastern, and coronet regions, or rather, the interphalangeal joints and metacarpal/metatarsal phalanges.
– The knee region (carpus).
– The stifle region.
– The hock region.

*Tested on horses affected by joint and muscle illnesses, especially those susceptible to arthrosis, arthritis, and muscle overload, the product has been proven to reduce joint pain, improve joint mobility, and assist in quick muscle recovery after intense exercise.

Packs are currently available in 700 gr. and 2.5 kg.

When should I feed a horse Equibar Mobility?2020-10-14T15:54:59+02:00

Whenever you want during the day, following the indicated dosage.

My horse is healthy but is expected to do intense physical activity in the span of a few days or will restart intense and continuous activity after a period of rest. How can I prevent eventual pain?2020-10-14T15:57:07+02:00

In the case of trail riding or picking back up after a period of rest, we recommend using Equibar Mobility at least two days before the exercise and up to three days after the activity, and continuing daily thereafter.

When should Equibar Mobility be used?2020-10-14T16:00:45+02:00

Equibar Mobility prevents inflammation in the joints. Equibar Mobility is recommended in the following cases:
– Arthrosis (shown in the x-ray with the presence of osteophytes).
– Limping caused by inflammation in the joints.
– Back pain in the muscles caused by intense exertion.
– Muscle recovery.

Arthrosis and arthritis – what’s the difference?2020-10-02T16:31:59+02:00

Arthrosis, or DJD (degenerative joint disease), is a degenerative disease with progressive deterioration and thinning of the joint cartilage in which changes to the bone can also be found. The most common areas affected are the interphalangeal joints, the fetlock joint, the hock, the stifle, and the spinal column. The most obvious x-ray evidence is the presence of osteophytes, which appear more frequently in young horses as random evidence, that is in the absence of a limp. Arthrosis is a degenerative disease that can arise in competitive horses under intense exertion, no matter what discipline is practiced.
Arthritis is an acute inflammatory disease of the joints that can precede and accompany joint degeneration.
It can affect:
– The thoracic-lumbar-sacral back regions.
– The fetlock, pastern, and coronet regions, or rather, the interphalangeal joints and metacarpal/metatarsal phalanges.
– The knee region (carpus).
– The stifle region.
– The hock region.

How can I diagnose arthrosis? What are the symptoms?2020-10-02T16:33:57+02:00

Arthrosis is diagnosed by a veterinarian at a clinical check-up at which the horse has an x-ray exam of the affected region.
A horse could present some easily identifiable symptoms, including:
– Joint stiffness in walking and trotting, especially without warming up.
– Stiffness in the limbs in tight circles.
– Swelling and heat in the joints after exercise.
– Pain and stiffness in the limbs on hard terrain.
– In the arena, excessive difficulty with hock flexion or of any of the affected joints, limping, and back pain.

How can I cure arthrosis?2020-10-14T16:05:53+02:00

There is still no cure for this illness. There are therapeutic methods without side effects that can manage the pain, such as laser therapy and treatments that improve mobility and joint lubrication, such as stretching, special supplements, and Equibar Mobility. If the pain becomes especially strong or crippling, the veterinarian might decide to put the horse on anti-inflammatory medicine that can help limit the painful symptoms. There are some important health routines to follow to guarantee the daily wellbeing of the horse. First of all, arthrosis can present itself as a limp, or rather, an inflammation in the joints caused by the presence of osteophytes, which cause the animal pain.
The following recommendations should not substitute the advice of a veterinarian, but they can limit arthrosis pain and improve the wellbeing of the horse.
– Adjusting the horse’s shoeing and balance for a better stance.
– Adjusting nutrition and watching body weight so excessive weight does not hurt the joints.
– Regular muscle exercise to maintain muscle tone and support the joints.
– Stretching to improve mobility and joint lubrication.
– Not leaving the horse in its stall for too many hours; a short walk or an hour of work can restore muscle and joint movement, improving physical health.
– Maintaining the terrain on which the horse works and the variations in soft and hard terrain, avoiding continuous work on excessively hard or soft surfaces to relieve strained muscles and joints.

Does arthrosis affect only old horses?2020-10-02T16:36:12+02:00

Not only old horses are affected by arthrosis, but the illness can also affect foals and young horses. In general, the pain caused by arthrosis affects horses that undergo intense sport or excessive physical exertion.

Why does a joint get inflamed?2018-11-30T10:44:37+01:00

The main cause of inflammation in a joint is physical exertion or exercise.

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