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Shockwave Therapy for Vets and Equine Professionals

The Non Invasive Way to Treat Horses and Small Animals

Shockwave therapy offers fast and effective long-term injury treatment for equine and animal health.

Whether you’re a vet or a horse trainer, shockwave therapy is easy to provide and significantly accelerates the healing process without causing your patients stress or pain. The shockwave machine is compact to offer minimal strain on the user and treat horses and small animals in their most comfortable environment.


  • Lightweight and ergonomic
  • Pressure settings for different injuries
  • Easy to administer
  • Low servicing cost
  • Treats a variety of common injuries for equine and animal health
  • Non Invasive
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Why Choose Shockwave Therapy for Equine and Animal Health?

Shockwave therapy helps horses and small animals heal faster and optimize their physical performance. It’s a non-invasive hands-on therapy method that gives you control throughout the treatment process for maximum effectiveness and comfort of your patients.

The shockwave machine is lightweight for on-location treatment in stables, events, or remote areas. It’s also compact enough for vets to treat small animals comfortably in clinics or at home. Shockwave therapy is easy to administer with the right tool. Even vet technicians and non-equine professionals can perform shockwave therapy, making it an effective and convenient injury treatment.

Shockwave therapy uses sound waves that penetrate deeper than ultrasound or lasers to stimulate tissue regeneration and bone healing for faster and improved treatment results. It increases the blood flow to affected areas – leading to the development of new blood vessels –, stimulates collagen, and dissolves calcium build-up to treat the root cause of injury. Shockwave therapy is drug-free, significantly alleviates pain, and produces more pressure for the long-term health of your patients.

Examples of equine-specific conditions treated:

  • Ligament, tendon, and muscle strains
  • Splints
  • Bucked shins
  • Scar tissue
  • Neck, back, and joint pain
  • Ringbone

Examples of small animal injuries treated:

  • Hip and elbow dysplasia
  • Achilles tendinopathy
  • Spondylarthrosis
  • Cauda Equina Syndrome
  • Enthesopathy
  • Chronic pain

Which Storz Shockwave Therapy Machine
is Best Suited to You?

SPARROW™ Handpiece
FALCON™ Handpiece (all control elements integrated in handpiece)
Customizable Operation
Integrated Compressor
Vibration therapy compatible.
Exclusive VACU-Cup access.
VACU-ACTOR® vacuum therapy.
VACU-Cups for vacuum therapy.
VACU-ACTOR® technology
Optional: Vibration therapy (V-ACTOR®).
Optional: Multiple transmitter heads.
Optional: 10″ touchscreen.
Optional: V-ACTOR® handpiece.
Maximum Strength
2.7 bars
4.0 bars
5.0 bars
5.0 bars

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Brochure: Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy in Veterinary Medicine

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Scientific Evidence

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What the Medical Community Has to Say

Millicent Vorkapich-Hill, DPM

Medical Surgical Foot Center

I have had the Storz Pulse Activated Therapy (Extracorporeal Shockwave) device for almost two years.  In that time, I have treated numerous patients for various foot ailments. While I have had many cases with positive outcomes, one in particular stands out.

One female patient in her mid-60’s suffered with bilateral Achilles tendonitis for approximately eight years.  Multiple previous conservative therapies had failed – tears were pouring down her cheeks as she recounted her miserable history. She was unable to walk a step without pain and going down stairs was a nightmare.

After three weekly treatments with the tissue regenerator, she improved immensely.  Within two months, she could stand, walk and go up and down stairs pain-free for the first time in eight years. She left my office with tears of joy (this time) and gave me hug. She was so grateful to be active again.

As I mentioned earlier, this is only one of many successful cases in using the tissue regenerator. I have had over a 95% success rate in treating plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis. While both conditions have such a high success rate, I have found that patients with Achilles tendonapathy usually notice improvement sooner (average 3 weeks) than patients suffering from plantar fasciitis (average 5-6 weeks).

I highly recommend this device to all of my colleagues.  When used for the appropriate indications, overall conservative treatment time is drastically reduced. This translates to immeasurable patient satisfaction. It is a great feeling to see people regain their active lifestyle once they become symptom-free.

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