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Cold Compression

$2,499.00
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Moove Equine combines the gold standard treatments of cryotherapy and compression to block inflammation, reduce pain and accelerate recovery from lameness.

  • Twenty preset and customizable protocols
  • Two-phase static and dynamic sessions
  • Moving air pressure function for massage and compression
  • Leg and hock wraps for targeted compression
  • Air pressure constant or phased between 0-75 mmHg
  • Automatic water temperature control with multiple sensors

Ice cold compression and massage can be combined in varied protocols to treat a wide range of injuries and conditions affecting the horse’s limb.

Trainers, competitive riders and therapists use Moove Equine to rehabilitate from lameness, improve post-work recovery, and maintain soundness in sports horses.

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Description

ICE COMPRESSION MOOVE 

  • Colour touchscreen
  • Double arrow navigation feature
  • Automatic purge of splint after use
  • New separate air/water inputs
  • Protective sensors on the pumps
  • 6 feet extension hose

ADVANTAGES :

  • Works with water, ice cubes or ice-trays
  • Automatic control of water temperature - Easy Cart patented system
  • Touchscreen, 10 programs + 10 customizable ones
  • Static and dynamic compression
  • Dynamic pressotherapy function
  • Splint for each part of body available
  • Possibility to repeat cycle with a break between two cycles
  • Possibility of a two-phase protocol with static and dynamic compression

EFFECTS :

  • DECREASES pain
  • BLOCKS inflammatory process
  • ELIMINATES edemas
  • ACCELERATES tissue healing
  • REDUCES recovery time

INDICATIONS :

Edemas • Bruises • Muscle Tear • Healing • Recovery • Tendinitis • Sprains • Swelling • Drainage

 

WATER FUNCTION

Manual mode : Manually pump water into splint through 5 second flows every 30 seconds or continuously

Automatic mode : The program automatically monitors the water flow sent through the splint once the user sets a target temperature.

3 temperature sensors assist the therapist while carrying out the treatment :

  • Temperature of water container
  • Setpoint temperature
  • Temperature of water returning from splint

This function allows you to reduce water-flow and allow the patient to be more comfortable with insertion pathologies

Easy Cart patented system

AIR FUNCTION 

  • Pressure from 0 to 75 mmHg
  • Constant pressure for action on deeper planes
  • Dynamic pressure for a pumping effect : adjustment of the high pressure and the holding time of set pressure and adjustment of low pressure and holding time
  • Pressotherapy only function in dynamic mode

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This is so much better than any cryo system I’ve come across before! It just works better.

How it Works

Moove Equine allows a specific pathological condition to be targeted with a compression wrap containing ice or cooled water at a preset, therapeutic temperature. In response to the cold, the horse’s body increases blood flow, directing it away from the extremities and towards its core. This constriction of blood vessels reduces hemorrhage and heat associated with inflammation. Cell damage is also minimized and cartilage-damaging enzyme activity is inhibited. The leg wraps are also used with air for the application of a variable pressure that is either static or moving. This has a compressive or massaging effect that moves and disperses fluid, minimizing the build-up that causes swelling.

4 Principle Effects

Soft Tissue Injury: Prevents damaged blood vessels from hemorrhaging or leaking seroma into surrounding tissues, while promoting fluid movement and resorption.

Lameness & Laminitis: Reduces temperature and blocks inflammation by constricting peripheral blood vessels.

Analgesia: Slows nerve conduction to ease pain sensations caused by inflammation and oedema.

Orthopedic: Reduces painful joint inflammation by constricting blood vessels and inhibiting enzymes that damage cartilage.

I exclusively use the Moove for post-work recovery on my horses.

COLD COMPRESSION FOR RETURN TO SOUNDNESS

Technical Specifications

  • Compression wraps for distal limbs and hocks
  • Separate air/water inputs
  • Automatic purge of leg wrap after use
  • Protective sensors on the pumps
  • 6’ (2m) hose for water delivery
  • 6’ (2m) hose extension to connect 2 wraps simultaneously
  • Automatic control of water temperature - Easy Cart patented system
  • Manual pump for continuous or intermittent water flow
  • Full colour LED touchscreen with easily navigable settings
  • Three water temperature sensors for consistent treatment
  • Air pressure for static and dynamic massage varies from 0 to 75 mmHg
  • Holding time of air pressure can be preset
  • Pressotherapy function for massaging compression
  • Transport bag for device and accessories

Cold Compression For CONVENIENT TREATMENT

  • Competitively priced device provides wide range of treatments
  • Approved by veterinarians, trainers, and professional riders
  • Effectiveness matched by hands-free ease of use for operator
  • Suitable for daily and regular use at training establishments
  • An investment towards soundness in performance horses

The water temperature is always exactly what I want for whatever therapy my horses are doing

What it Treats

General analgesia
Myositis
Abscesses
Odema
Hematomas
Superficial wounds
Sores and abrasions
TENDON AND LIGAMENT INJURIES
Microtraumas
Tendon lesions
Ligament lesions
Dorsal metacarpal disease
(sore/bucked shins)
Bursitis
MUSCLE STRAIN AND INJURIES
Post-surgery incision repair
Spinal pathologies
Tendon and ligament injury
Soft tissue adhesions
Ligament desmotomy
(Medial patellar, Inferior check)
TRAUMATIC INJURY
Muscle strains and microtears
Muscle spasm
Moderates exercise-induced inflammation
Reduced recovery times 
ORTHOPEDIC ISSUES
Arthrosis
OCD lesions (post-surgery)
Physitis
Spinous process impingement
Developmental orthopedic disorders
Subluxation 
OSTEOARTHRITIS
Acute laminitis
Colitis-related laminitis prevention
Lymphangitis
Cellulitis
Dermatological
Hoof disease (canker, thrush)
Sarcoids
LAMENESS
Arthrosis
OCD lesions (post-surgery)
Physitis
Spinous process impingement
Developmental orthopedic disorders
Subluxation 
LAMINITIS