Nothing matters more to eventers than keeping their horses happy and healthy. Thanks to the USEA’s newest sponsor, RevitaVet Therapeutic Systems, riders can not only reap the benefits of these unique light therapy systems, but also help support the USEA.
With the sale of every RevitaVet infrared/light therapy system, a very generous amount of the proceeds go to support the USEA’s many programs.
For a limited time, the state-of-the-art RevitaVet systems are available for a discounted price on the USEA’s webstore, www.shopUSEA.com . Check out the great deals on the RevitaVet systems!
If you are interested in a monthly payment plan please visit www.revitavet.com.
Benefits Of Using The IR2 On Your Equine Athlete:
* Promotes Healing By More Than 50% By Increasing Rapid Blood Flow
* Reduces Inflammation & Relieves Pain
* Stimulates Acupuncture Points
* Raises Performance Levels Without Medications
* Works On The Cellular Circulation Level
* Reduces Medical Bills
* Fights Infection On Open Wounds
* Portable, Safe And Easy To Use
* No Known Side Effects
* Works Well With Other Modalities
* Excellent Therapy On All Animals & Humans
With over 40 years of independent research worldwide, Infrared/Photo Therapy has been shown to deliver powerful therapeutic benefits to living tissues and organisms.
Top eventers such as Amy Tryon, Hawley Bennett, Buck Davidson, Phillip Dutton, Leslie Law, and Boyd Martin use the RevitaVet light therapy systems on their own four-star event horses.
As an industry leader of equestrian preventative maintenance and rehabilitation devices, the mission at RevitaVet™ is to educate competitors and horse owners of all disciplines on the benefits infrared/photo therapy, and advantages of addressing costly issues as, or even before they arise.
The RevitaVet™ IR2 Systems offers not only the leading technology in non-invasive care for conditions like navicular, saddle sores and musculoskeletal injuries, but has set the precedent for preventive maintenance. The IR2 is easily applied to the horse (or other animal large or small), and delivers safe and effective pulsed infrared light therapy which stimulates the body’s natural ability to heal, but at an accelerated pace. The application can be 5-15 minutes and system offer 7 selectable frequencies, thus allowing for a customized therapy. Treatment will not harm healthy tissue and has no known negative side effects. Infrared therapy is applicable and beneficial to all breeds and disciplines. RevitaVet™ is manufactured to the highest quality, and guarantees professional results. For more information call 800-279-1479 or visit their website at www.revitavet.com.
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