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post #1 of 4 Old 12-18-2011, 02:30 PM Thread Starter
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Question Bioresonance?

My mare was diagnosed with calcium building on her sacroiliac joint. She is lame on both hind legs and stands weird. Our vet gave her injections in the joint and Bute, but it didn't help. He comes again this week, to repeat injections.
I'm afraid it won't help.
I'm trying to find out everything about her condition and how to help her and someone on slovene forum advised me to use bioresonance. She said her gelding was diagnosed with same thing my mare is and that he was even worse - the calcium bridge broke and he went crazy even if someone wanted to touch him anywhere near. She called few vets and all told her to put him down, but then she heard about this vet that works with bioresonance and tried it and the horse was fine after 1 week of treatment. She could start riding him again and in few months he was back to showjumping.

Honestly, I have no idea about bioresonance and heard about it for the first time today. Does anyone know anything about this? Any experience?

I'm desperate. I really love this mare and I could survive without riding, but I don't want just to wait when this calcium bridge will crack and I'll have to put her down


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post #2 of 4 Old 12-18-2011, 08:41 PM
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It's one of those things that probably can't hurt to try, but I imagine it's a lot of hocus-pocus. Bioresonance therapy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Does your vet ever consult with other veterinarians at universites or even outside the country to see about additional treatment options?
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post #3 of 4 Old 12-19-2011, 02:58 PM Thread Starter
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I agree about hocus pocus. I can't understand where the calcium would go if this vibration actually moved it. I'm ready to try it though, if it isn't too expensive.

Well I got some good news today I talked with my vet and he said he wants to try another medication and to come pick it up in Thursday. I don't know what it is yet, but vet thinks it could help her. Maybe this will work
I can't wait!

I don't know if he consults with others, I think he does. He was studying abroad, as we don't have any possibilities in equine specialization in Slovenia, so from all the vets here, he should have the easiest access to informations.


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post #4 of 4 Old 12-19-2011, 03:31 PM
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I have no experience with your horse's type of problem, but I wonder all the same if something like shockwave therapy would help. Of course, I'm sure your vet does not have access to a shockwave machine. And it might even be something that would cause more problems by breaking up calcium chips and sending them lose in the body....
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