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When to Use

Equine

  • Treatment of mild to moderate lameness that has been accurately localised to a specific joint or soft tissue injury.

 

  • Treatment of recurrent lameness due to osteoarthritis.

 

  • Treatment of non-specific navicular bursitis

 

  • Treatment of cystic lesions in bone (preliminary results promising).

 

  • Prevention or limiting progression of osteoarthritis due to “normal” wear and tear.

 

  • Treatment of lesions in tendons and ligaments.

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Canine

  • Treatment of mild to moderate lameness that has been accurately localised to a specific joint or soft tissue injury.

 

  • Treatment of recurrent lameness due to osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease.

 

  • Treatment of osteoarthritis related to congenital joint disorders such as hip and elbow dysplasia.

 

  • Treatment of spinal injuries or disc prolapse. They do not necessarily preclude the need for surgery, but can be used intraoperatively directly into the lesion.

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