Used by members of the U.S. Equestrian Team, the Respond System Bio-Pulse 3000 Magnetic Blanket uses a series of magnetic pulses of proper frequency and wave form stimulated cellular action, also known as PEMF. It is used to treat a wide range of equine conditions affecting equine athletes as the pulsing jumpstarts and accelerates normal biological cellular reactions. (Further explanation can be found on our website). The result is an increase in cellular communication and circulation, a decrease in inflammation and pain and a resulting acceleration of healing. Pulsing magnetic therapy penetrates completely through the joints and muscles with no side effects and many times PEMF can be used in place of pharmaceuticals to treat long term, degenerative conditions.

Pulsed Electromagnied Field (PEMF) is used to treat a wide range of equine conditions affecting equine athletes.  Basic treatment protocols are provided with each of our PEMF systems but you will find that treatments vary based on factors such as:

  • Age of Horse

  • Fitness/Health Level including other conditions, medications, stress level and more

  • Age of Injury

  • Daily Routine

  • External factors including travel, competition and stressors


Optimal treatment protocols are a direct result of the veterinarian or therapist knowing the animal and responding to that animal’s unique condition and needs.  One horse may respond best to a Sentry Blanket treatment on a scanning frequency 3-6 hours prior to competition whereas another horse may find the using the Sentry Blanket one-hour after competition at a 15pps setting helps to prevent muscle fatigue on day two of the event.

RSI Equine will work with  to you, us, and your veterinarian, to help determine the best treatment protocol for you and your horses’ needs. 

PEMF Therapy can help reduce inflammation and pain in addition to accelerate healing.

PEMF can be used either as a preventative to injury, especially for equine athletes, or to treat specific equine conditions such as:

  • Shortened Forelimb Stride

  • Forelimb lameness

  • Abnormal head carriage

  • Muscle atrophy and stiffness

  • Bucked Shins

  • Ligament injuries

  • Bowed tendons

  • Fresh and delayed union bone fractures

  • Fetlock and pastern injuries

  • Sesamoid

  • Suspensory injuries/DDFT

  • OCD

  • Degenerative Joint Disease

  • Tendon issues

  • Arthritic conditions

  • Pedal Osteitis and Degenerative joint Disease

  • Abscesses

  • Hoof Cracks & Quarter Cracks

  • Founder & Laminitis

  • Navicular Syndrome

  • Injuries to Metacarpals, Fetlock, Pastern & Sesamoids

If you are a Veterinarian and would like to know what treatment to prescribe for your client's equine, RSI Equine will work with you to help determine the best treatment protocol for the horses’ needs. We encourage you to contact them anytime with questions or for recommendations. 


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