STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Horse owners across the Southeast can benefit
from a new service offered by the Mississippi State University College
of Veterinary Medicine.
The technology known as “extracorporeal,” or outside of the body,
shock-wave therapy has been available at the college since December
2014. This noninvasive treatment can stimulate healing in both new and
old injuries to horses.
The therapy is used to control pain, to promote wound healing, and to treat tendonitis, read more...