Matrix Best Vet III - A New Microcurrent Therapy Device for Use with Horses

Newsdate: Wed 20 May 2015 - 06:30 am
Location: BEAVERCREEK, Oregon

Low-level electrical stimulation (microcurrent) provides healing results that astonish horse owners. Matrix Therapy Product has just released its newest microcurrent device, the Matrix Best-Vet III™. This therapy device is the latest in the Best-Vet microcurrent series by Avazzia and the name “Best-Vet” stands for Biofeedback Electrical Stimulation Technology for veterinary applications.

Microcurrent stimulation therapy for horses

Microcurrent stimulation therapy for horses

Horses enjoy the grooming experience with the therapeutic microcurrent and its healing benefits let the user see the horse experience decreased soreness and improved performance.
© 2015 by Matrix

The Matrix Best-Vet III is a pocket-sized device that has four interactive mode selections to address soreness and injury recovery. A feature that is unique to the Best-Vet devices is the ability to help assess tissue responses while simultaneously administering therapeutic treatment.  

The Matrix Best-Vet III equine kit from Matrix comes with a comb attachment to use on the horse’s body. Horses enjoy the grooming experience with the therapeutic microcurrent and it has many healing benefits. Continued use lets the user see the horse experience decreased soreness and improved performance.

Also, the comb and Best-Vet III can be used to locate and monitor problem areas. Users report that injury recovery is often reduced in half when compared to stall rest and other veterinary options.

The Best-Vet III is a highly versatile in therapy tool, and there are a wide range of electrode accessories that make it possible to customize treatments for specific issues. The comb electrode that comes with the unit can be switched to all body sessions with back pad, leg wraps, and needle free acupuncture and more.

About the Author

Flossie Sellers

As an animal lover since childhood, Flossie was delighted when Mark, the CEO and developer of EquiMed asked her to join his team of contributors.

She enrolled in My Horse University at Michigan State and completed a number of courses in everything related to horse health, nutrition, diseases and conditions, medications, hoof and dental care, barn safety, and first aid.

Staying  up-to-date on the latest developments in horse care and equine health is now a habit, and she enjoys sharing a wealth of information with horse owners everywhere..

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