Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Leg Wraps

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Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Leg Wraps
 
Easy On/Off Leg Wraps Reflect Horse’s Body Heat, Reduce Swelling without Liniment or Poultice.  If you aren't used to wrapping your horse's legs - this is the one to use.

Back on Track Therapeutic Quick Wraps are a cotton/polyester blend material of our state-of-the-art Welltex  fabric infused with ceramic powder. The ceramic reflects your horse’s natural body warmth and creates a soothing far infrared thermal heat. Heat therapy is a well-recognized method used to relieve and heal injured muscles, joints, and tendons.
 
When you wrap your horse’s legs with these Back on Track Horse Leg Wraps, unique ceramic-infused fabric creates gentle heat, which may help decrease swelling and soften or completely reduce wind puffs without the use of liniment or poultice. Use after a strenuous ride and leave them on overnight. You can also use them when you ship your horse. These leg wraps are ideal for injury recovery or prevention.
 
Sizes: 12”, 14”, and 16”
Sold as a PAIR.

Measure the length of the canon bone to determine the correct size.

Color: Black.

Care: Machine washable up to 90°F or 30°C. Use normal detergents that do not contain bleach or fabric softeners. Air dry only, do not tumble dry.

Instructions for Use:
Back on Track leg wraps should be introduced gradually. They should only be applied for a total period of 4 hours per day for the first 2-3 days. After that, it is recommended to keep them on overnight.

Caution should be used during the first 2-3 days as excessive use from the outset may cause legs to "fill up" due to increased blood circulation. However, this is a good sign of efficacy.

Please note that physical responses can be variable.

Often you will notice a reduction of puffy or sore joints within a few hours or days. Occasionally however, you will need to persevere for 10 days to 30 days, particularly with established long-term injuries.

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So much easier than ice boots for long horse shows
Kim S on Aug 13, 2015
Nothing but good comments about this product
LIZ W on Jun 13, 2014
best leg protection for hauling
KRISTI H on Feb 24, 2015
Recommended by friend. Free shipping was a plus since the manufacturer gets $8.95 to ship direct.
TOM M on Apr 5, 2014
What size would work best for a regular size horse?
Madeline on Nov 27, 2014
Best Answer: You would need to measure the length of the canon bone to determine the correct size.
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Dec 4, 2014
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Are these front and backs or just fronts or just backs?
A shopper on Sep 18, 2014
Best Answer: These are the back.
Reply · Report · KRISTI H on Oct 10, 2014
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can you use these as standing wraps?
A shopper on Aug 18, 2015
Best Answer: My vet recommended these when my horse was stall-bound after a lower leg injury. My trainer applied them when the horse first started back to working out in the round pen after the vet cleared her for activity. I use them now when I am going to trailer her somewhere. They are easy to apply and work well. I don't know if I answered your question.....maybe you should check with your vet?
Reply · Report · JAN H on Aug 18, 2015
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Do these work well on current tendon injuries?
Kathy C on Mar 2, 2015
Best Answer: I bought them for use on my barrel horse. He bowed a tendon in July and I have loved them. I have a full set of the quick wraps, a mesh sheet and neck cover, and the hock boots. My horses love them!! Highly recommend! Plus, they have studies to prove they work!
Reply · Report · Kelsey B on Mar 2, 2015
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CAN YOU USE THESE BACK ON TRACK QUICK WRAPS ON THE HIND LEGS?
BETH S on Aug 30, 2014
Best Answer: I don't see why not. My horse had an injured tendon on right front and I put it on every night for a couple months and wrapped during day as they advise not to use 24/7. She is fine now. I think it helped. There is no designation as in regular splints as to left ,right, etc.
Reply · Report · CAROL W on Aug 30, 2014
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What is a suspensory injury?
A shopper on Apr 4, 2015
Best Answer: A suspensory injury is damage to part of the suspensory ligament that runs along the back of the horse's lower leg and underneath the fetlock joint. It is a common site for injury, usually either from repetitive stress or a "bad step." Recovery is a very slow process because ligament fibers do not have the blood supply of muscle fibers, and re-injury is common. These Back on Track Boots are used as both preventive support therapy and as a healing aid.
Reply · Report · Maria PStaff on Apr 6, 2015
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I am buying the back on track hock boots for my 16 hand thoroughbred after she had hock surgery, to have her hocks protected. I am buying the M size. I wanted to use the hock boots together with the quick leg wraps on both of her hind legs. Can I do that and what size should I get for the quick leg wraps to have them fit with the hock boots comfortably? Thanks
A shopper on Dec 17, 2014
Best Answer: if you are putting the quick leg wraps on top of the hock boots you may want to order a size up
Reply · Report · Christine KStaff on Jan 20, 2015
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