Game Ready and Theragun are great for Equine!

Multi-modality and portable therapy systems for the best recovery after injury or surgery

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Help your horses recover faster

Game Ready Equine is the secret weapon of top riders and veterinarians for preventing injury in their horses and speeding recovery from a multitude of ailments. The Game Ready System is used for post-workout therapy, chronic lameness, acute lameness, cellulitis, tendonitis, pre- and post-operative care, bowed tendons, stocked-up legs, wind puffs, and more. Delivering dry cold and active compression, Game Ready Equine utilizes the same physical therapy and athletic training principles relied on by human athletes, calling for the use of RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation).

The Science Behind Game Ready Equine

The Game Ready Equine System is an advanced application of the RICE regimen (Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation), proven physical therapy and athletic training principles used by human athletes. RICE has been shown to reduce pain, muscle spasms, tissue damage, and swelling, ultimately allowing for quicker and better healing and injury recovery. Until now, ice (cold) and compression have been the most difficult parts of this regimen to administer to a horse, creating a treatment gap.

Setting a new standard in injury recovery

Game Ready Equine was developed with the help of veterinarians and the United States Equestrian Team (USET) using proprietary NASA spacesuit technology and was based on a similar product used by more than 90 pro sports teams, 500 professional athletes, and 160 universities nationwide. The result is a breakthrough accelerated recovery system that has set a new standard in cold and compression therapy — one that veterinarians and top riders are raving about.

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