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Dynasplint Systems, Inc. developed the Large Animal Systems to treat a wide range of conditions found in animals of all ages.  They have been effective in treating a variety of other species including but not limited to horses, sheep, cows, giraffes, alpacas, llamas, camels, mules, donkeys, and goats.  As with all Dynasplint®Systems the Large Animal Systems apply a low-load, prolonged-duration stretch (LLPS) and are fully adjustable, comfortable, and conveniently labeled for easy application. Read the testimonials on the left and be encouraged by another’s success story.

LLPS has been used successfully for more than 50 years in human rehabilitation to treat joint stiffness and limited ROM caused by shortened connective tissue. The spring-loaded Dynasplint® Systems constantly seek the patient's available end range of motion and continue to gently stretch the joint.  Dynasplint® Systems technology applies LLPS to permanently lengthen soft tissue using the principle of Total End Range Time (TERT).

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Use to Treat

  • Flexural Deformities

    • Contractures of the Carpus, Fetlock, and Distal Interphalangeal Joint (Coffin Joint)

    • Laxity of the Carpus and Fetlock

    • Suspensory ligament injuries

  • Angular Deformities

    • Varus/valgus deviations of the Carpus, Tarsus, and Fetlock

  • Post-Surgical Support

    • Affected limb

    • Dominant weight-bearing limb

  • And much more...

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THOROUGHBRED TIMES, Nov. 2005 Issue

THOROUGHBRED TIMES, Feb. 2009 Issue (PDF) -- Reprint courtesy of Thoroughbred Times

THOROUGHBRED TIMES, June 2011 Issue 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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