MOST COMMON RESPONSES FROM VETERINARIANS FIRST TIME USING RUNNER'S RELIEF THERAPY
“I’m not sure how this stuff works, but the leg that was treated looks better than the other.”
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
If you have questions about Runner's Relief Therapy, chances are someone else has had the same questions. Review this section for answers to common questions. These questions have been submitted by the people who uses Runner's Relief.
If you do not find the answer to your question here, please contact us and we will be happy to answer it for you.
Q: Is Runner's Relief a supplement or a medication for internal usage?
A: No! Runner's Relief is for EXTERNAL use ONLY. Runner's Relief comes in two formulas: the primary method is a medicinal "Therapeutic Soak". The second is a "Poultice". Both are derived from organic herbal extracts and both works the same length of time.
Q: How many times can I use Runner's Relief Poultice of 3.5lbs and 1.75lbs container?
A: It depends on the amount you apply on the injury. Typically 3.5lbs 60-65 applications and 1.75lbs 30-35 application.
Q: Is Runner’s Relief just a regular Poultice?
A: No. Runner’s Relief is medicated and scientifically formulated to promote the healing of injuries by creating circulation to the injured area.
Q: Does Runner's Relief test if I use before performance?
A: No testing have ever been reported.
Q:Can I use Runner’s Relief on myself?
A: Yes. It was first invented for people and it is used in all major Naturopathic Universities and clinics. All natural. Safe. Effective for people and animals.
Q: What should I do if my horse just had a bowed tendon or suspensory injury?
A: 1. Call your veterinarian to do an ultrasound to properly assess the injury.
2. It is recommended to use butte or pain medication immediately and ice the leg for swelling to go down.
3. Begin treatment with Runner's Relief after 48 hours injury occurred. If is an old injury then start the Runner's Relief immediately.
4. Refrain from all exercise for the first three to four weeks depending on how severe the injury is. Your next ultrasound will determine the time and amount of exercise your horse may have. Ask your veterinarian.
5. Usually you begin with hand walking daily, once the core has closed and your veterinarian will advise you that you may proceed with training, etc.
6. Repeat ultrasound 35-60 after therapy and follow up there after to make sure the tendon is healed properly. In general, training resumes in three month depending in the injury, Bowed Tendons and Suspensory Ligaments:
Q: Does Runner's Relief works in old injuries?
A: Yes. no matter how old the injury is. We had cases 6 years old injuries and horses at 30 years old.
This is what we have seen so far:
Low Bow : 3-4 weeks
Medium Bow: 3-8 weeks
High Bow: 90 days
Q: Can I use Runner's Relief mixed with other products?
A: NO. DO NOT mix or use Runner's Relief with ANY other product(s), particularly no DMSO or IODINE. The horse's leg must be clean of any other treatment prior to applying the Runner's Relief.
Q: If my horse has just a bowed tendon, or pulled a suspensory ligament, can I continue training if I use Runner's Relief?
A: No, there should be NO exercise for at least three weeks, no hand walking, no turn out for first three weeks depending on severity of injury. Again, ask your veterinarian.
Q: Are there any side effect using Runner's Relief?
A: No side effects have ever been reported.
Q: How successful is Runner's Relief on suspensories or check ligament problems?
A: Outstanding. The inflammation and pain reduces with Runner's Relief and quickly helps bring down swelling and soreness dramatically. Runner's Relief stimulates blood flow to aid in the healing of suspensories, check ligament, bowed tendons and other soft tissue injuries.
Q: What is the advantage of purchasing Runner's Relief?
A: We deliver what we promise. It's 100% guaranteed to work and we prove with ultrasounds before and after. No questions asked. It's unique. Safe. Easy to Use.
Q: How the money back guaranteed works?
A: Simple. Take an ultrasound before starting the treatment. 35 days after using Runner's Relief and 90 after completed treatment. Mail us the ultrasounds. If product demonstrated that did not work we will return your money by 100% with no question asked.
Q: Should I contact my veterinarian before using your products?
A: It is not necessary in order to use any of our products. It is recommended that there is a proper diagnosis by a qualified veterinarian prior to applying any type of therapy.
Q: How effective is Runner's Relief for hoof problems?
A: Runner's Relief promotes growth and pliability of the entire area suffering from bruised hoofs, (gravel stone) stinging feet and soreness, exhilarates hoof growth at one inch in 4-6 weeks.
Q: If I'm using the Runner's Relief Soak, how far up the leg does the hot water have to go?
A: Just above the injured area, but it is recommended that it go as high as possible for more circulation.
Q: Which kind of wrap have to be?
A: Any kind of wrapping as long the injured area is wrapped. Paper towel, saran wrap and polo wrap usually do the job well.
Q: What if is an area that I cannot wrap?
A: There are lots of area that cannot wrap and that is perfectly fine. Just apply the Runner's Relief and leave it on for up to 24 hours. Wash it and re-apply. We recommend wrap the legs or places that can be wrapped so that the product wont fall out and the horse won't lick and remove the product.
Q: How long does the wrap have to stay on the leg?
A: The Poultice we recommend for 12 hours because some horses legs are sensitive, just like human. If the horse leg is not too sensitive you can leave up to 24 hours. Wash it and re-apply. Leave one day of the week off as non-treatment.
Q: My vet says my horse has very 'upright' front legs, so she has a different shape of leg than the average racehorse. Her knees are a little bit backward, as all Friesian horses are, it's the shape of the breed. I'm telling you this in case it means Runner's Relief will not work, just in case it works best for thoroughbred racehorses and not so much for 'heavier' horses.
A: Runner's Relief is for all kind of horses, shapes, sizes, etc. It is just an injury like any other horse and the injury will be healed if the instructions are followed as instructed.
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