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    09-13-2009, 08:18 PM
  #181
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If it makes the injury heal stronger, what's the big deal? It hurts for, like.. what, a few hours? It's usually only skin-deep.. it's not like they're burning to the bone. (It doesn't look like they use *acid* by the way.. just heat.. acid would pretty much destroy the tendon.)

Don't people stick needles into their skin all the time(acupuncture) to help their health?

Look at it this way-- if your horse hadn't been pinfired, do you think you would have that horse, with him being sound with his bowed tendon?
     
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    09-13-2009, 08:44 PM
  #182
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There is a lot of good information in this thread but I think it's run it's "useful" course. If anyone has further questions regarding this subject, feel free to start a fresh thread.
     

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