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Niagara Equissage Keeps Horses Competition Ready

Daily Maintenance with Cycloidal Vibration Massage Therapy Offers a Wide Range of Benefits for the Working Equine

Louisville, KY (March 22, 2007) -- Used either before or after routine training, cycloidal vibration massage therapy can help loosen muscles, relieve pain and allow horses to perform to their potential. The unique, tissue-penetrating vibrations provide significant daily benefits for all horses -- from the Olympic dressage competitor to the distance trail mount.

The Niagara Equissage(R) massage system, from Equine Products, LLC, offers the benefits of cycloidal vibration massage therapy in a simple system that trainers and owners can use in their own barns every day. The system’s Back Pad directs effective massage therapy throughout the horse’s body, and it may be accompanied by the Hand Unit and Leg Boot to increase effectiveness in specific areas. Regular use of the Niagara Equissage helps keep horses in peak condition and well prepared for training and competition by relaxing muscles, as well as aiding in the reduction of lactic acid buildup -- which can tighten muscles -- when used after vigorous exercise.

“Horses that are loose and comfortable will be more willing and able to train hard and compete at their best,” said Dave Kamer, President of Equine Products, LLC. “This unique massage system should have a place in the daily regimens of every performance horse.”

Cycloidal vibration massage therapy with the Niagara Equissage is characterized by a unique three-dimensional vibration, generated from a special electromechanical oscillator. This form of therapy differs from traditional massage therapy because it provides an additional dimension of motion -- causing energy to penetrate gently and deeply through the entire body. This stimulation effectively increases circulation through working muscles and joints, aiding in faster recovery from common conditions such as swelling, joint stiffness and lactic acid buildup.

Relieving muscle soreness and combating strains are not the only benefits provided by cycloidal vibration massage therapy. The Niagara Equissage system can also ease respiratory conditions -- such as thick-winded horses -- and improve joint mobility. The unique action of the product increases circulation, enhances the lymphatic and venous systems and can aid in alleviating hoof and leg problems -- including soft tissue injuries such as pulled ligaments and tendons, arthritis, sore shins and bruising.

“Regular use of the Niagara Equissage offers many benefits for the equine athlete,” said Kamer. “We travel to competitions and private barns throughout the country to demonstrate this internationally recognized product. Our customers are horse owners and trainers who have found that consistent use of the Niagara Equissage system provides truly remarkable results for their horses.”

For more information about the Niagara Equissage or to request a free product demonstration, call 502-895-8861 or visit http://www.equineproductsllc.com.


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