Hock Area Injury
This is a mare from Oklahoma, who was treated there on three different occasions in a Hyperbolic Oxygen
Chamber, at a cost of $3,500. As can be seen, you can grow epithelium in a Hyperbolic Oxygen Chamber, but
the basic supportive structure does not develop.
The horse was brought to SAF and treated with PRP & Lacerum Wound Wash, sent home to foal, and
returned for two final treatments after foaling.
Arrival at Step Ahead Farm
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Tissue is revitalizing, and new epithelial tissue is forming.
tissue is developing.
Day 32 before & after scab removal
Day 87 - return after foaling