Cactus Wade: A Gelding’s Abscess Responds to Equiscope Protocols

Cactus Wade: A Gelding’s Abscess Responds to Equiscope Protocols
October 4, 2023

An abscess and its complications can be a real challenge, not only for humans but also for our beloved animal companions. This was the story of a brave gelding that found relief from an abscess with Equiscope therapy after standard therapies were repeatedly unsuccessful.

A Gelding’s Battle with an Abscess

The traditional approach for a horse’s abscess is to

  • apply hot packs that help the abscess mature and then
  • open and flush the inside with povidone-iodine solutions.

Only in rare and complicated cases are antibiotics used because they can delay the abscess maturing.

However, Cactus Wade had an inflammation on the underside of his jaw that extended from the throat latch to the pre-mandible. Inside this area, they discovered an abscess, and Cactus Wade had symptoms including fever, lack of appetite, and breathing difficulties.

The breathing difficulties were what made antibiotics necessary. But despite two rounds of antibiotics, the abscess showed no signs of improvement.

Journey to Health with Equiscope Protocols

The Electro-Equiscope uses intelligent bioenergetics to offer a cutting-edge alternative or addition to traditional methods, such as antibiotics.

Using biofeedback, the instrument addresses inflammation at the root of the problem and creates an environment that supports the body’s natural healing processes.

The first protocol of the therapy focused on the abscess, with an intensity of 600 and maximum gain. The technician applied a plate to the forehead and CV2, the grand call area of the abscess. Cactus Wade started to eat a little better, but showed no other improvements.

The second protocol again addressed the abscess, with maximum gain and plates on the forehead, and a large single roller on the abscess area (CV2). The fistulas started seeping, and the skin around the area appeared raw.

For the third protocol, a systemic bilateral spinal approach was taken, with maximum gain and intensity set at 600 in both modes, to address the issue from multiple angles. At this point, the technician observed several points of impedance, which meant they were on the right track.

The fourth protocol targeted the abscess again, with plates on CV2 and a large single roller on the affected area, to encourage further improvement and relief. This is when the fistula burst, and Cactus Wade was finally relieved of the pain.

The final protocol aimed to drain the fistula more effectively by repeating the fourth protocol and adding a large single roller to the abscess area.

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Cactus Wade’s story is just one of the many examples of how Equiscope therapy can facilitate speedy recovery and therefore improve the wellbeing of animals with various ailments such as:

This is what you and all animal lovers want for the animals in our family!

However, it’s not only animals that benefit! Skilled practitioners and technicians are using Equiscope therapy for both animal and human problems.

And at Intelbio – sole distributors of the Electro-Equiscope – we love hearing all the success stories our technicians report to us.

If you have any questions or want to learn more about this revolutionary pain management and recovery technology, contact us today!

Always consult your doctor or veterinarian first!

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Cactus Wade: A Gelding's Abscess Responds to Equiscope Protocols
Pain management and recovery happens so much faster when Equiscope therapy comes into play – as in this equine abscess problem.