ArcEquine is the smallest microcurrent device in the world. It is a wearable, completely drug free, non-invasive pain management and tissue repair system designed for use on horses. The ArcEquine mimics the body’s naturally occurring biocurrents in order to boost the production of ATP within cells. ATP is the energy component of the cells and is responsible for the flow of nutrients.
When an injury or disease occurs it decreases the rate of ATP production. There is less energy to transport the nutrients and the flow slows dramatically. The cells do not have enough energy to kick-start the repair process. By introducing microcurrent into the body, ATP production has been found to increase by up to 500%, kick starting and accelerating the body’s own recovery, allowing for the reduction of pain and inflammation, and healing to start earlier.
This well researched technology is non-invasive and does not need to be worn near the injury as the currents will always ‘go’ where they need to go – it is working systemically.
ArcEquine is easy to use. No specialist training or clinical knowledge is required so owners can administer ArcEquine’s treatment themselves, although many of our users are professional riders, trainers, owners, therapists and vets.
I have had my Arc Equine for 10 months and I swear by it. I had only ever done the 6 weeks protocol treatment and kept on top of that until March 2018 my horse decided to jump over a wall when I was turning her out and she cut her leg badly. On the inside of near hind just above her hock, it was right down to the bone. She got it stitched & stapled and 3 weeks box rest with her leg in a massive bandage and the bandage being changed every 4 days by the vet.
I immediately used my Arc machine on the wound/tissue repair treatment which is a 6 week course. After 1 week I was told by the vet that I would be very lucky if the wound healed as good as it was looking, I was also told various other scenarios that may happen. So I became prepared for my horse needing more veterinary treatment or not being able to be worked the same as before.
After 2 weeks she got her stitches and staples out and the wound could not look any better!
Eventually she could stop wearing a bandage on the leg and was allowed to be turned out. The leg did swell after the bandage came off which was expected but after 2 weeks of being out in the field the swelling had completely gone and her leg was looking great. It still isn´t the same as before but it is always improving and it couldn´t have healed any better!
I am so pleased with my Arc Equine as the wound would never have healed as well as it did if I didn’t t have it and it has helped my horse a lot with pain and swelling.
It is the best piece of equipment I have ever bought and I could never be without it now! I really do recommend it and think everyone should buy one, you never know when you may need it and it can be used for so many different things! Thank you so much Arc!