Posted on Nov.29, 2011, under Veterinary Drug
Once your horse has been diagnosed with osteoarthritis, your veterinarian will prepare a course of treatment to your horse. The treatment usually consist of anti inflammation and analgesic to reduce pain. If your horse’s joint/s become severely damaged or if the pain is intense, your veterinarian may recommend surgery.
Symptoms of joint pain include: Swelling, Lameness, Raised foot, Heat (usually felt on the fetlock or joint).
This product specially developed to treat chronic joint and tendon pain in horses. Activex is safe to use daily, it won’t results negative effects. The topical pain relievers work by reducing the transmission of pain signals to CNS by depleting chemical messenger, Capsaicinoids do this by limiting substance P signals. Product Details.