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An Equine Massage Gun & Cold Laser Therapy Can Help Your Horse!

Learn how you can incorporate our equine massage gun and 3B cold laser into your horses maintenance and care routines. Cold laser therapy (LLLT) and massage therapy can help your horse accelerate its recovery time. Learn why a handheld cold laser (LLLT) and equine massage gun are must-have tools in your horse-care kit.

Learn how you can incorporate our equine massage gun and 3B cold laser
into your horses maintenance and care routines. The correct physical
functioning of an equine needs optimum post-workout management and
rehabilitation. It is evident that physical rehabilitation, when
combined with medical therapy, quickens the recovery of horses.

Advancement in technology has provided us with tools to make equine
rehabilitation easier than in years prior.  Cold laser therapy (LLLT)
and massage therapy can help your horse to accelerate its recovery time.
We will discuss in this article why a handheld cold laser (LLLT) and
equine massage gun are must-have tools in your horse-care kit.

During a strenuous exercise, competition horses experience
micro-injuries at their muscle-fiber level. Even in pleasure horses,
muscles of the body face soreness and fatigue. During jumping and
endurance, tendons and ligaments are stretched to their threshold level.
All these vigorous activities need appropriate management of a horse
before and after exercise.

The purpose of using different types of therapies is to provide a
horse with a healthier lifestyle. In some conditions, a holistic
approach using both medicinal therapy and rehabilitation tools produces
synergistic effects. Tools like an equine massage gun and/or 3B cold
laser device are worth using to reduce the incidence of injuries,
increase recovery rate and reduce the overall stress.  

Read the entire article at Brandenburg Equine’s Blog.

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Equine Massage Gun – The Benefits of Using a Massage Gun on a Horse

Equine massage gun
therapy is an effective treatment for your horses muscles. Something
magical happens as your horse relaxes, trusts, and releases tension, the
equine massage is a powerful tool for building trust and relieving the
anxiety that a lot of horses may experience. From the pleasure horses to
the high powered competition horses they can all benefit from an equine
therapeutic massage. As it can calm your horse’s nerves and help in
adjusting quicker to a new environment if your horse is always involved
in high-stress situations.

In modern horsemanship, equine massage therapy has proven its
effectiveness on horse performance. From physical strains to mental
health problems, equine massage therapy with our Percussion Equine
Massage Gun provides high benefits to the well-being of your horse.

What is the concept of percussion massage therapy?

Percussive equine massage therapy
helps to eliminate muscle soreness by increasing blood flow to the
significant muscle tissues. This effect reduces inflammation and
decreases muscle tension. You can also use percussion therapy to warm up
your horse ahead of a run or even normal activity to enhance its
performance, endurance, and flexibility. Studies show that massage guns
are an effective method to prevent delayed onset muscle soreness. That
means the horse is less likely to feel muscle pain after intense
activity, which increases the endurance and the ability to perform in
well condition consecutive days.

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Percussion Massage Gun Techniques for Horses | Arch Attachment | Brandenburg Equine

Watch Troy Brandenburg demonstrate how to use the arch attachment on the
percussion massage gun to massage and loosen equine hamstrings.

Relax stiff muscles with this powerful cordless percussion vibration
massager. Quiet technology keeps the rotating heads moving smoothly
across your skin, and the lightweight ergonomic design makes it easy to
use for myofascial release. Improve your range of motion and promote
good circulation with this our cordless vibration massager.

This is an amazing and powerful percussion massage gun.  The deep muscle fascia massage gun is a portable rechargeable vibration device with large torque and long adjustments.

A percussion massage gun is a hand-held deep tissue tool that uses rapid strokes to stimulate blood flow to the muscles. the massage gun delivers strong pulses and vibrations into the muscle tissue, promoting better circulation, relaxing the muscles, and easing pain and soreness.

Our massage gun comes with 6 different attachment heads, all intended for different uses. But what do they each do? Take a look at our massage gun attachment guide to find out how to use massage gun heads

Warning: Never use the massage gun directly on the joints or bones.

Long battery Life: Approximately 5 hours per charge

*Includes: percussion massage gun, 6 attachments, charging cord, basic instruction manual and heavy-duty carrying case.

Attachments

Round: Round spherical design produces a power
output of propagating and diffusing type between receiving and pushing.
Strength is even and soft. It is suitable for massage and relaxation of
waist, abdomen, buttocks and legs. As well as muscle relaxation before
and after exercise for fitness enthusiasts like running, dancing, yoga,
aerobics, swimming, etc.

U-Shape: The force path between the two points is
even, the stimulation is in place and powerful, which can effectively
carry out a simple acupressure massage. The dual-pronged head allows you
to target areas such as the spine, and could be helpful for back pain.
It can also be used for other places like the calf muscles or along the
achilles too.

Flat head: This particular massage gun attachment is
perfect for shoulder blades and IT bands, as it is great for full body
massage and relaxation. Precisely engineered for smaller surface area
and it is also perfect for use on more dense muscle groups.

Bullet Head: Used for pinpoint muscle treatment and
smaller muscle groups like hands and feet. It’s great for trigger point
massage but shouldn’t be used for longer than 15 seconds per muscle
area. 

Wedge: For use in narrow areas

Arch Shape: Use on large muscle groups