Peripheral superficial flexor tendon tear

I have a 5-year-old mare than suffered a peripheral superficial flexor tendon tear in her right hind leg. We treated her and the tendon has healed but the ultrasound revealed a couple of small areas of calcification deposits. The vet said she could return to trail riding or other disciplines but preferably not to reining. Shockwave treatments were recommended to break up the calcification if I wanted to persue reining. Would OCD Pellets do the same job?

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One Response to “Peripheral superficial flexor tendon tear”

  1. DocBeebe says:

    Sorry, no. The OCD Pellets will not help break up these calcifications but will help in the repair. Shockwave treatment is definitely the way to go.
    Thanks for your interest in OCD Pellets.

    Dr.D.R. Beebe

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