What is the Pulse?

What is the Pulse?

When people use a PEMF system that is either a low-to-high intensity or simply a high-intensity device, they are likely to experience involuntary muscle contractions. They typically associate this sensation with electrical stimulation (E-stim) devices that are more...

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Why Do a Whole Body Session?

Why Do a Whole Body Session?

At Pulse Equine, one of the questions we often hear is, “Why do a session on the whole horse when the problem is in just one area?” And if you are a client of one of our trained Pulse Equine PEMF Professionals, you may be wondering why they often insist on a...

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Professional Bull Riders World Championship

Professional Bull Riders World Championship

Pulse Equine was the proud sponsor of this year’s Professional Bull Riding World Championship in Las Vegas, Nev.  Over the course of the event, our team was able to see firsthand how PEMF technology enhances the lives of human athletes and the bulls they ride, as they...

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The Head of it All

The Head of it All

“If I pulse his head will I get a sound minded horse?” We have all heard the jokes and probably made a fair share ourselves. But what can we actually look for when we apply PEMF (a pulsed electromagnetic field) to the head of a horse? More often than not, the head is...

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Barrel Racing & PEMF

Barrel Racing & PEMF

Barrel racing is one of the most popular western events and continues to grow in numbers and financial worth, year after year. What can we do to work on these horses as the unique athletes they are? In a sport where every millisecond counts, every advantage you can...

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Pulsing the Hamstrings

Pulsing the Hamstrings

The hamstrings are a major focal point of every Pulse Equine full body PEMF session and are the topic of focus for our monthly blog for good reason! Often, the Equine Community at large focuses on maintenance and therapeutic efforts on the joints as the end-all-be-all...

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Pulse Equine Level 1 E-Learning Videos

Pulse Equine Level 1 E-Learning Videos

Pulse Equine is excited to announce our upcoming Pulse Equine Level 1 E-Learning Videos. This series was recently filmed on-site with Dianne Volz, founder of Equine Therapy 502, Inc. She has provided quality equine therapy and preventative maintenance for professional...

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Pulse Equine at The Kentucky Three-Day Event

Pulse Equine at The Kentucky Three-Day Event

“The Best Weekend All Year” This past weekend, the Pulse Equine team traveled up to Lexington, Ky. for the Land Rover Kentucky Three Day Event. Eventing is considered the triathlon of the equine world, where horse and rider teams compete in three distinct equine...

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Pulsing the PSSM horse

Pulsing the PSSM horse

If you haven’t come across PSSM (polysaccharide storage myopathy) yet, it is likely that you will run into it eventually, especially if you work in the Quarter, Warmblood, or Draft horse communities. As we bred these horses over many generations for strength and size,...

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Pulsing the EPM Horse

Pulsing the EPM Horse

Every horse is different, and every physiological body is unique in its exposure and reaction to pathogens. This is easily observed in how our equine friends respond to the exposure or disease of EPM-causing organisms. Acute responses can be severe and may include...

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