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    10-01-2012, 01:48 PM
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Yearling
Has anyone ever used back on track products for people?

I've used the wraps on my horse with a suspensory injury and it's been working great so far. I've also heard amazing things about the sheets, but never used one, so I've began looking at their products for people.

I'm already planning on buying the knee brace, as I have a lot joint problems with one of my knees, but I was wondering if anyone has tried the "Therapeutic Women's Long Johns"? Just from the description, it sounds like it might be helpful to wear when I ride in the winter to both keep me warm and help sooth my knee pains at the same time.

It also mentions that it might be helpful for menstrual discomfort, which would just be an added bonus.

Has anyone ever used them or one of the other products. They're pricy, but I'd be willing spend the money if someone could give me a recommendation.
     
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    10-01-2012, 01:55 PM
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My cousin swears by their products and recommends them every chance she gets.
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    10-01-2012, 02:00 PM
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You know, I bought a lap blanket (or whatever they call it - can't remember atm) and never noticed any difference. HOWEVER, let me say that I don't recall actually reading up on how it should be used either so that probably has something to do with it. Unfortunately for me I don't know what became of it. I know I let a friend borrow it but what happened after that is a mystery. :(
     
    10-01-2012, 02:00 PM
  #4
Yearling
That's actually very reassuring!
I've had a bad knee since high school and it's seems like all the braces I've tried are too bulky, can't be worn around, or don't work at all. I'm super excited about my new coming and if it even works a little bit I'll be thrilled, especially since it looks thin enough to ride in.
     
    10-01-2012, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Supermane    
I've used the wraps on my horse with a suspensory injury and it's been working great so far. I've also heard amazing things about the sheets, but never used one, so I've began looking at their products for people.

I'm already planning on buying the knee brace, as I have a lot joint problems with one of my knees, but I was wondering if anyone has tried the "Therapeutic Women's Long Johns"? Just from the description, it sounds like it might be helpful to wear when I ride in the winter to both keep me warm and help sooth my knee pains at the same time.

It also mentions that it might be helpful for menstrual discomfort, which would just be an added bonus.

Has anyone ever used them or one of the other products. They're pricy, but I'd be willing spend the money if someone could give me a recommendation.
May I please backtrack on your statement?

I have one horse with pretty bad hock/ankle arthritis and another one that has torn ligaments and sesamoiditis because the farrier trimmed him way too short<--I know that sounds impossible but the vet took X-rays

I was looking at Back On Track's products and wondered if they work. I had sent their link to my friend whose young Paso Fino (around 6 yrs) has been diagnosed with arthritis in his hips. He's broke to a buggy and the vet felt that he was probably broke too young.

Anyway, your first-hand review of your product for your horse would really be appreciated
     
    10-01-2012, 02:18 PM
  #6
Showing
I got back on track back support for my parents, they like it. My trainer wears one too quite often and loves it.
     
    10-01-2012, 02:25 PM
  #7
Yearling
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Originally Posted by walkinthewalk    
May I please backtrack on your statement?

I have one horse with pretty bad hock/ankle arthritis and another one that has torn ligaments and sesamoiditis because the farrier trimmed him way too short<--I know that sounds impossible but the vet took X-rays

I was looking at Back On Track's products and wondered if they work. I had sent their link to my friend whose young Paso Fino (around 6 yrs) has been diagnosed with arthritis in his hips. He's broke to a buggy and the vet felt that he was probably broke too young.

Anyway, your first-hand review of your product for your horse would really be appreciated

Absolutely! My experience with the no bow leg wraps has been great so far. After seeing absolutely no change in the swelling for two weeks in regular leg wraps we bought a pair of no bows from back on track after frustration of seeing absolutely no results (the 100% satisfaction guarantee also helped). The swelling was notably reduced in just a week and after 2 and a half weeks using them the swelling is almost completely gone, he's stopped favoring his other front leg, and has begun trying to trot around when we take him out to hand graze. We'll definitely be buying him the exercise boots for his rehab when we get the okay to start bringing him back into work.
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