Drive- and racing sport
Endurance- and trail riding
Dressage and show jumping
Examples of use of the NeuroStim®
- Health promotion and wellness
- Maintenance of the metabolic function
- Athletic overload
- Trigger point therapy
- Support of mobility
- Fluid accumulation
- Hoof support
- Relaxation in training phases
- Digestive processes
- And many more
Why use NeuroStim® ?
An animals body has about 250 muscles. In addition to big muscles, for example in the area of hindquarters, to extremely small muscles of little centimeters length and between vertebra excist.
As a rule, muscles do not work individually but mostly in a group and they have at least one ore more competitors
One example: as the shoulder moves forward, several necessary muscles have to tense and at the same time the competitors (that move back the limbs) have to relax, otherwise this movement can not be made.
Strained muscles can neither functionally tense nor relax – therefore the movement is restricted. As the muscles work as a team, restrictions in functionality of a muscle enforcedly lead to consequential damages on other muscles which also can lead up to structural damage to organism.
The muscular injuries which frequently occur at the equestrian use of horses are the consequences of overstressing of specific body areas which are constructed like a tension system. Constant overstraining on one side involve compensation posture and movement pattern on the other side.
During the healing process the body generates new connective tissue which is irregular spread across the tissue layer amongst others. This kind of scar tissue decreases the tensile strength, elasticity and therefore unrestricted functionality of muscles as well as the whole fascial tissue, so tendons and ribbons, too.
The application of NeuroStim® treatment can be utilized to optimize the healing- and recovery phase, to loosen muscle tension and fascia bondings at an early stage and to prevent condensation posture. This ensures a steady muscle structure, a specific optimization of the physiologic movement pattern and the preservation of the training level.