Performance & Health Benefits

Injury Recovery / Rehab


Using Niagara Equissage speeds recovery from injuries and medical conditions, and promotes an overall healing condition in horses.  The system is particularly beneficial for treating horses with:


Equine Rhabdomyolysis Syndrome (ERS) is a metabolic disorder that is linked to glycogen accumulation during rest. Read more


By definition laminitis in horses is the failure of the attachment between the distal phalanx (coffin bone) and the inner hoof wall. Read more


Lymphangitis in horses is an inflammation and/or swelling associated with impairment of the lymphatic system, particularly in a limb. Read more

Pedal Osteitis

Pedal Osteitis is inflammation of the distal phalanx (pedal bone). Read more

Horse Abcesses

An abscess is a cavity containing pus, which is a collection of dead cells, bacteria, and other debris resulting from an infection. Read more

Horse Wounds / Cuts

There are many different types of horse cuts and wounds. For example trauma can cause puncture, avulsion (flap of skin), incised, lacerated, abrasion or shear wounds. Read more

Horse Arthritis

Arthritis is a condition involving inflammation of a joint, usually accompanied by pain, swelling, and stiffness. Read more

Bursal Strains & Injuries

A bursal is an isolated fluid-filled sac. Some occur naturally at potential pressure points (e.g. point of hock) whereas others are acquired due to repetitive low grade trauma. Read more

Capped Hock / Elbow / Knee

Capped hock, elbows and knees are all bursal injuries and result from a direct trauma to the area. Read more

Filled Legs

A diffusely enlarged leg below the knee or hock. Read more

Ligament / Tendon Strain

Tendons and ligaments are dense bands of fibrous tissue composed mainly of collagen. Tendons connect muscle to bone, while ligaments connect bone to bone. Read more

Locking Patella

The system of muscles, tendons and ligaments that allow the horse to ‘lock’ its lower leg joints with little muscular effort are known as the ‘stay apparatus'. Read more

Horse Sore Back

A sore back in a horse can be caused by numerous factors. Read more

Splint In Horses

A ‘true’ splint in horses occurs when the interosseous ligament becomes damaged, leading to soft tissue inflammation and lameness. Read more

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