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VersaTron Shock Wave Therapy

Shock wave is a noninvasive, high-energy pressure wave treatment, which is commonly used in human and veterinary medicine. It helps the body in relieving pain, speeding healing and improving quality of healing.

The VersaTron system has been proven effective for treating such conditions as:

  • Tendon and ligament injuries (Suspensory/Deep Digital Flexor Tendon)
  • Bone Fractures (stress fractures/splints)
  • OA/Joint inflammation and pain
  • Foot Injuries (Desmitis/Navicular syndrome/Ringbone/Chronic Heel Pain)
  • Wounds
  • Back pain/Kissing spines

Shock wave treatments can help your horse to return to work more quickly and has more than a decade of clinical success behind it. The VersaTron is covered by most insurance companies (up to 3 treatments) so it is a beneficial option to owners.

NOT ALL shock wave is created equal. To better understand the different types and to ensure you are receiving the gold standard, you may want to review the physics behind shock wave “energy healing”. Click here for more information.

For more information on shock wave, review The Horse magazine Fact Sheet or our Frequently Asked Questions About PulseVet Shock Wave brochure.  The US Equestrian website’s Common Equine Veterinary Therapies video also includes a piece on shock wave.

NEW INDICATION VIDEOS ON OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL – We’ve added Case Study videos by indication to our YouTube channel! They include experiences and tips on treating the following indications with VersaTron shock wave therapy (courtesy of Virginia Equine Imaging and Dr. Kent Allen) – Back Pain/Kissing Spines – Chronic Heel Pain – Bone Spavin – Deep Digital Flexor Tendonitis (DDFT) – Meniscal Tear of the Stifle – Treating the Poll – Splint Bone Fractures – Stress Fractures – Proximal Suspensory Desmitis – Ringbone Click here to access our video channel and view!

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