EQU StreamZ FETLOCKBANDS
Mineral streaming technology | Pain relief & recovery
PAIN RELIEF FOR HORSES
EQU StreamZ fetlock bands were developed in the UK and are now available in Canada. They provide a natural response to a variety of symptoms found with horses, introducing a new technique of magnetic therapy to the equine market. Unlike traditional magnets StreamZ creates no heat allowing them to be left on for long periods of time and creating a non invasive form of therapy.
Each pack contains two fetlock bands to be worn by one horse; comfortably wrapped around the cannon or pastern bone on either fore or hind legs and worn for a minimum of 8 hours per day. Designed to fit all breeds and to support issues with mobility (arthritis), inflammation, tendon/ligament injuries, energy levels, and much more.
Each EQU StreamZ magnetic horse band contains a continuous strip of Streamz material, creating a 360º low-frequency energy field around the horses leg.
360º MAGNETIC HORSE BANDS
Each EQU StreamZ magnetic horse band contains a continuous strip of StreamZ material, creating a 360º low-frequency energy field around the horses leg and rebalancing the minerals throughout the horses system.
Traditional magnets have been used for many years to treat a variety of symptoms, often found in boots or rugs. Disadvantages in using more traditional methods include the inability to leave them on for long periods of time due to the heat created by each pulsating magnet and how they only effect local areas.
StreamZ non invasive magnetic horse bands introduce a new technique in how magnetism is deployed – 360º resonance technology, rebalancing the whole body.
StreamZ does not pulse, it spins! This unique process prevents an increase in temperature allowing the bands to be left on for long periods of time, improving their impact whilst reducing ongoing management time.
ENDORSED BY THE BEST
EQU StreamZ are proud to be endorsed by a variety of leading professionals within the equine community including Olympic and World Champions. Many competing riders use StreamZ as a preventative and ongoing managing tool to help keep their horses in tip-top condition, provide joint care and support when travelling.
EQU StreamZ ambassadors include riders including International 5* show jumpers, dressage riders, 3-day eventers, barrel racers, rodeo competitors, racing yards, reining and much more.
Our global reach has extended to Canada and helped us partner with some of Canadians leading riders. Rodeo competitors such as Scott Schiffner, Canadian cowboy of the year. Barrel Racing professionals such as Nancy Csabay, Kendra Edey and Amara Duxbury and many more.
NON INVASIVE THERAPY
Unlike traditional pulsating magnets StreamZ creates a non invasive energy field; which creates no heat. This is of significant interest when managing horses who have been competing or exercising and are in various stages of rehabilitation. As not heat is produced the technology is ideal for supporting muscle/tendon issues either after trauma or as part of a daily recovery process.
StreamZ 360º magnetic approach allows the bands to be left on for long periods of time without creating negative side effects, including through turnout – thus reducing maintenance time.
EQU StreamZ bands can be wrapped around either fore or hind legs and above or below the fetlock joint. * When turned out for long periods of time the bands should be placed above the fetlock or removed. A few layers of vet-wrap over the top can be used if turned out in soft ground conditions.
Independent double-blind studies have been carried out by a leading UK equine university on horses. These studies focused on tarsal joint mobility; a common sign of arthritis. Positive results within these studies has led to further research being commissioned with a variety of partners including universities and equine technology experts.
Ensuring clinical evidence is provided creates further credibility against our claims. This also applies by providing anecdotal evidence, which we have in the thousands!
StreamZ are committed to continuing a range of studies, both clinical and anecdotal, and to help achieve this goal recently welcomed a new member of the team solely focussed on co-ordinating these future studies.