"This mare was a problem for years. We had to give her oxytocin shots every two hours to try to keep her dry. The Mictamid® procedure was simple. Now she’s dry. Thank you."
Judy Blentlinger - New Beginnings Farm, Versailles KY
"I was one of the first vets to use Arthramid ® worldwide and have now used Arthramid ® for over 10 years in our clinic. We have injected over a thousand horses and have found it to be very safe. It has been a major game-changer in the way we treat OA in our patients. We have fantastic results with..."
Dr Marc Koene DVM - Founder and Partner at Tierklinik Lüsche GmbH Equine Hospital in Northern Germany
"I have been using Arthramid ® Vet for 4 years treating TB’s, SB’s and equestrian horses. 90% of my work is lameness identification and treatment. I have injected over 600 joints with Arthramid ® Vet and have experienced no side effects. I have used all of the alternative joint treatments over the last 50 years and consider Arthramid ® Vet..."
Dr Kim Mckellar - AK & K Equine Services, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Equine Stable Vet, Committee Member and previous Chair of Ballarat Turf Club, and Country Racing Board member
"Arthramid ® Vet has achieved results that I thought were not possible and has therefore become a regular recommendation to owners to treat their horses with osteoarthritis when appropriate. I manage horses that compete in a variety of disciplines with owner ability ranging from novice to professional. As such owner expectations vary markedly for management of joint disease their horse..."
Dr Marcus Allan - Tauranga Veterinary Services Ltd, New Zealand
"I have been using Arthramid ® Vet for five years. I see lame horses that I qualify as “non-responders”. The diagnosis/localisation of pain is accurate on those cases, but they do not respond to rest, and corticosteroids +/- HA intrasynovial. These represent my biggest challenge. Arthramid ® Vet is often of great help on those cases in association with orthopaedic..."
Dr Florent David DVM, MSc, Dipl. ACVS/ECVS, Dipl. ACVSMR, ECVDI Assoc. - Equine Veterinary Medical Centre, Qatar
Bone bruise & cartilage damage
7-year-old Connemara gelding, used for hunting and Pony Club activities, acute onset lameness with radiocarpal joint effusion.