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Dr. Ilaria Grossi



Swimming greatly affects muscle strengthening and respiratory capacity without overloading the skeletal and tendon-ligament structure.

Swim practice is performed, as needed, to improve muscle tone with workloads adapted to the individual subject and to improve aerobic and lung capacity for those horses that need to maintain and / or acquire specific athletic training.

Water walker forces the horse to overcome water resistance and to lengthen the stride. Thanks to the water walker, the horse flexes more its joints and prefers the use of certain muscles, promoting their development.



TECAR therapy is an electromedical treatment that finds particular use in the treatment of trauma and pathologies of the musculoskeletal system. It consists of a particular massage practiced through a handpiece capable of reducing pain and speeding up the repair of damaged tissue. The TECAR device can work in two modes: capacitive and resistive. Capacitive mode is indicated for the treatment of soft tissues, such as muscles; resistive mode is indicated for tendons, ligaments and bones.


Shock waves are acoustic waves produced by special generators capable of propagating in tissues, in rapid and repeated sequence. Well tolerated, non-invasive and repeatable, they are widely used in pathologies of the musculoskeletal system, especially those in which tendon-ligament enthesis is involved.


Low frequency therapeutic ultrasound is a valid treatment for musculoskeletal and joint diseases. The low frequency allows to simultaneously produce a thermal and cavitational effect with a greater depth than the frequencies of 13 MHz.


TENS stands for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, a medical technique used to control certain painful conditions. It consists in the application on the skin of mild electrical impulses that activate large diameter nerve fibers reducing the perception of pain.



For muscle contraction, the brain needs to send electrical impulses to the muscles that can generate movement. NMES tries to mimic the impulse resulting from the brain through electrodes placed on the skin surface at the muscle that is intended to stimulate. It is a viable alternative for all patients with movement limitations that make it difficult or impossible to follow a training program.


The tendon injury device is a valuable aid in tendon-ligament rehabilitation as it provides support to the limb while the horse is moving.

Therapeutic ultrasound
Extracorporeal shockwave