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Injections via ProStride-Who's tried it?

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LIVE2RUN
Reg. Oct 2005
Posted 2022-04-27 11:02 AM
Subject: Injections via ProStride-Who's tried it?



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Who has done injections via Prostride?  I had both my mares coffin bones injected 10 days ago. Wanted to see if anyone has had great success with this method of injections?  If you haven't heard of it, Google it. It's an amazing process and I sure hope I see results in my mare. 

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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2022-04-27 12:21 PM
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LIVE2RUN - 2022-04-27 9:02 AM


Who has done injections via Prostride?  I had both my mares coffin bones injected 10 days ago. Wanted to see if anyone has had great success with this method of injections?  If you haven't heard of it, Google it. It's an amazing process and I sure hope I see results in my mare. 


Just curious what you paid for the pro stride where you are My vet told me this is an option on my mare as well. 

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LIVE2RUN
Reg. Oct 2005
Posted 2022-04-27 2:16 PM
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I paid $735 for the Prostride processing & $135 for each injection. It's been 10 days and I haven't seen much of an improvement in her front end. She has a front foot lameness, testive postive for coffin bone soreness so we injection both coffin bones. 

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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2022-04-27 2:18 PM
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LIVE2RUN - 2022-04-27 12:16 PM


I paid $735 for the Prostride processing & $135 for each injection. It's been 10 days and I haven't seen much of an improvement in her front end. She has a front foot lameness, testive postive for coffin bone soreness so we injection both coffin bones. 


THanks! Looks like my vets prices are right in line with yours. 800+ Injections. 

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Haley1996
Reg. Jul 2020
Posted 2022-04-27 2:41 PM
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I did Prostride in one of my gelding's hocks after traditional steroid/HA injections were no longer working. I saw huge improvements and it lasted much longer. Would definitely use Prostride again! 

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r_beau
Reg. Apr 2010
Posted 2022-05-02 10:35 PM
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LIVE2RUN - 2022-04-27 11:02 AM


Who has done injections via Prostride?  I had both my mares coffin bones injected 10 days ago. Wanted to see if anyone has had great success with this method of injections?  If you haven't heard of it, Google it. It's an amazing process and I sure hope I see results in my mare. 


I tried ProStride for my horse (coffin injections) in 2019 rather than the typical steroid cocktail. For him, it really didn't do anything different. So it was not worth the price. Went back to the regular steroid cocktail. Steroids are cheap.

 

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FLITASTIC
Reg. Jun 2012
Posted 2022-05-03 7:32 AM
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I will never take a chance with a steroid cocktail ever again with any horse I own. My good horse had a reaction ( not typical but always a risk) and foundered 3 days after injection. IRAP , pronstride , etc will be what I choose when one needs it. 

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LIVE2RUN
Reg. Oct 2005
Posted 2022-05-10 9:04 AM
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What's everyone's thoughts on RenoVo??  I've been doing research on this as well. I've read some really good reviews.  So many new ways/products on the market these days, can't keep up with it all. My mare goes next week for back injections. We did Prostride on her coffins bones 3 weeks ago. Still waiting to see some good results from those. :

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WrapN3MN
Reg. Mar 2008
Posted 2022-05-10 4:12 PM
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My mare had a tendon sheath injury last year that the vet expected 60 days off for. About 30-45 days in she plateaued in her healing and I just couldn't get her fully sound. I took her back to the vet and injected the area with Renovo and did Shockwave on her 2x. She almost immediately started progressing in her healing again. I was back on her within a few weeks, and legged her back up to run 1.5 months post Renovo. 

 

I actually just told a friend that in your emergency vet kit you should also have money set aside for Renovo. I believe in it so much based on my story and stories from others. 



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