Horse Inflamed Joint Injuries

Horse Inflamed Joint Injuries

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Horses today are asked to perform tasks and movements causing repetitive trauma. Generally concentrated in small areas, such as shoulders, hocks and stifles, which causes the tissues to respond with inflammation, those inflamed tissues begin to break down and the body responds to that breakdown by trying to limit the motion of the joints.

Joint Supplements containing flaxseed, fish oil and fenugreek (3-F) a significant source of essential Omega-3 fatty acids, especially DHA and EPA, have anti-inflammatory properties necessary for optimal joint health.