EquiNew will be offering seminars in Wellington, Florida February 19-21, 2017 on equine rehabilitation for horse owners, riders and trainers. Click here for more info. Discussions will include the current concepts in injury rehabilitation for horses as well as information on how to reduce the incidence of injury.

In addition, introductory FES training sessions will be offered for veterinarians who are interested in utilizing FES technology in their practice and advanced training sessions for those who are currently using FES. Click here for more info on the seminar


Take a look at our growing list of practitioners, including both U.S. and International professionals.

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"I am using FES (Functional Electrical Stimulation) for horses with muscle spasms and atrophy and have found the technology to be very useful in restoring muscle function.  Horses with sore backs and necks, and those with muscle loss due to injury or surgery, are benefiting from the use of FES"
- Dr. Philippe Benoit, French Olympic Vet
"Our practice has used the Equinew FES 310 unit for 1 year now. The unit is frequently requested from our horse show trainers just prior to departing for shows as well as utilizing it after the rigors of showing. We have found it to be profoundly effective for acute muscle spasms..."
- Dr. Roland Thaler, Diplomate ACVSMR
"...We have been very successful in using the [FES] unit for treating back and neck pain as a result of muscle spasm and atrophy, as well as for building and maintaining topline musculature..."
- Dr. Kent Allen,
Dr. Susan Johns,
Dr. Amy Norvall, Virgina Equine
"...The horses really enjoy their [FES] treatments, and with good case selection, the clients see an almost immediate improvement. From a chronically sore thoracolumbar region in a young jumper to infraspinatous atrophy after a scapular fracture - our FES has really benefited our patient base."
- Dr. Carrie Schlachter, IVCAc, IVASc
"The use of movement during rehabilitation is important, but the movement must be correct. FES (Functional Electrical Simulation) produces true muscle movement so you can obtain symmetrical, controlled motion so important in quality rehabilitation protocols, even within the first days after injury or surgery."
- Dr. Tracy Turner, Diplomate ACVSMR
"The FES 310 is a solidly researched piece of equipment that has been very effective in our practice."
- Mimi Porter, Author of the New Equine Sports Therapy
"FES technology has given us another tool in the management of back and neck pain in the horse. We also find FES application to be helpful in building top line strength and restoring motion. It is helpful to have a safe, cost effective, and non-invasive therapy option."
- Dr. Timothy Ober, Show Jumping Veterinarian
"EQUINEW FES 310 is the ideal tool to treat deep muscle spasms. The therapeutic value of this device puts it in a class of its own. Plus the horses find it very comfortable."
- Janus Marquis, Show Jumping Therapist
"…We utilize the [FES] system on a daily basis, predominately for epaxial muscle tension/pain, sacroilliac region and gluteal muscle overuse pain/ tension… [it] allows for those affected patients to return to training sooner, pain free and able to maintain or strive to develop correct muscle balance, while remaining tension free…"
- Drs. Chad and Stephanie Davis, Davis Equine
"We have only been using the FES for a couple of months and we have already seen great success using the system with several horses from kissing spines to back arthritis. We recently had a challenging horse with multiple issues including muscle and gait asymmetry, and with the use of the FES the muscle asymmetry is practically gone and her muscle function has improved. We are really loving the outcomes!"
- Dr. Chelsey Miller, Iron Will Veterinary Services, Chapel Hill, North Carolina

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