Tampa, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/07/2015 -- On May 2, national and worldwide attention focused on Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., where the Kentucky Derby was contested on its traditional first Saturday in May spot on the calendar. And the beginning of America's Triple Crown series served as a high-profile backdrop to the fact that Vascular PRN's horse compression system is available any time of the year as an all-natural therapy for the treatment of injured horses.
Through Vascular PRN's horse compression system, which combines sequential compression and cold therapy for maximum therapeutic effectiveness, veterinarians, farriers, trainers and horse owners can obtain a proven method of treatment for trauma, cellulitis, thrombosis, lymphangitis and other conditions that their horses have sustained.
"Conventional so-called turbulator systems only provide simple, intermittent compression, whereas the Vascular PRN horse compression system applies more constant and a vastly more effective form of therapy," said Greg Grambor, president of Vascular PRN, which is headquartered in Tampa, Fla. "Vascular PRN's horse compression system does this by employing cold therapy and sequential compression that progressively moves fluid from a horse's hoof and effectively relieves swelling."
There are 9.2 million horses in the United States, and the collective horse industry has a direct economic impact on the nation amounting to nearly $39 billion every year, with total impact of $101.5 billion upon the U.S. gross domestic product. The horse industry employs 4.6 million Americans as owners, service providers, employees and volunteers, including 2 million Americans who own horses. Additionally, tens of millions of more Americans are involved in the horse industry as spectators.
The horse has long held a special place in the hearts and imaginations of the American people," Grambor said. "Fortunately, through Vascular PRN's horse compression system, equines can enjoy therapeutic relief to a part of their anatomy so critical to their health and mobility through the same technology that has helped humans recover from trauma to their legs."
Learn more at http://www.vascularprn.com/veterinary-division/