Tendon tear in a saddle horse

Tendon tear in a saddle horse

mls and tendon tear in horse

Equine case study

BreedSella Italiano
Sex: Gelding

Clinical case:

A month and a half before the first visit, Vaucluse suffered a severe tear of carpal retinaculum of its left front limb. At the first visit, 6 weeks after the injury happened, the horse showed lameness (4/5), with oedema and pain at the metacarpal region.


MLS® Laser Therapy applied 3 times/week for 3 consecutive weeks. The first application of MLS® Laser Therapy brought an obvious reduction of oedema.

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