by Vet. Med. W. Geisel.
On the basis of the intensity (strength ) and duration (time ) of the various treatment programs , I make the following recommendations to the respective diseases:
Basically I treat all patients in the first 1-2 days at low intensity. The treatment is given 2 times per day .
The low frequencies helps to relieve pain and inflammation. Some patients may respond uneasy and nervous to treatment at first, but according to my experiences the patient quickly calms down.
For further treatment it is important that the patient gets peace and rest. In addition to use in the adjustment period, this program is used in following disorders:
It is very important to observe the patient during the entire treatment. Observe reactions and make any adjustments to the program if necessary.
For the treatment to be successful, the patient must be relaxed and calm.
An important observation I've made is that treatment with magnetic rug on the back also gives a good treatment results ON the legs (tendons, joints, swellings).
You do not need to treat tle legs locally for a good result.
It is only in acute cases I use leg wraps locally.
I also have good experiences using the Intensive rod .
Especially at eye inflammation, saddle sores, wound healing, paralysis, impact damages, fall injuries (bruises), but also on the injured tendons and joints.
When treating eyes, one must use low intensity only.
Treatment of eyes must be short, 3-5 minutes is regarded as adequate.
If your horse has problems in the neck area, I would use either the leg wrap with the extender(s) or the large neck piece.
For treatment of small animals I use the mat and Intensive rod.
The patient can either lie on the mat or the mat can be attached to the dog's back .
Cats and other small pets are best treated by lying on the mat and/or getting treatment with the Intensive rod .