Magnet Therapy for Horses


BioEnergyVet is the most technological equipment in our range for veterinary professional use, to get an effcient magnet therapy treatment.

All the features in one.

In the veterinary field, BioEnergyVet is the professional device par excellence in Magnet Therapy: practical, efficient and smart.

Efficient, safe and functional, with an innovative design: BioEnergtVet is even more.

We invite you to find out more about its features and advantages through our website.

Why BioEnergyVet?

Because it is a natural and innovative energy for horse health, without any side effects”.

“Because the horse feels pain relief even during the treatment sessions”.

BioEnergyVet is painless, nonivasive and most important without drugs.

BioEnergyVet is the right and efficient energy to keep your horses run and competitive.

BioEnergyVet is number one in the veterinary field.

Magnet Therapy The natural energy for your horse

Magnet Therapy is a physiotherapy treatment which uses low frequency pulse magnetic fields (5-100hertz) or relatively at high frequency (up to a megahertz), at low intensity (20-100 gauss).

Magnet Therapy is used in both Medical and Veterinary sectors for therapeutic purposes.

In the Veterinary sector, it has been shown that magnet therapy is highly efficient in the biological animal care.

It is scientifically proved that various horse diseases can get beneficial effects, for example for arthritis or arthrosic diseases (Septic Arthritis, Degenerative Arthropathy), or for vertebral, muscular pain and articulatory inflammations.

In older age, inflammations are of traumatic origins: contusions, sprains, dislocations, muscle lesions, bursitis, rickets, decalcification and fractures, in particular.


  • SEPTIC ARTHRITIS: joint inflammation caused and degenerated by joint contamination.
  • DEGENERATIVE ARTROPATHY: it is a chronic degenerative anatomical alteration, which causes a bone structure reshape in inflammatory conditions.
  • VERTEBRAL COLUMN – NECK ARTHROSIS: it is a degenerative disease involving joint cartilages and the sub-perichondral bones. It may affect all the joints, from the vertebral to the limbs, causing limited motion and pain.
  • SACROILIAC JOINT ARTHROSIS: it is a degenerative disease involving joint cartilages and the sub-perichondral bones. It may affect all the joints, from the vertebral to the limbs, causing limited motion and pain.
  • BRONCHIAL ASTHMA: airway chronic inflammatory disease characterized by dyspnea, abdominal forced expiration, cough, nasal discharge; the main causes can be determined by powder exposure, airway infection, inadequate diet, heredity.
  • ASTHENIA: tiredness, weakness, poor muscle strength and energy of the overall organism, even if some muscles may be more affected.
  • MUSCLE WITHERING: muscle size reduction up to the partial-total loss of muscle functions; only some muscles can be involved, but it is important to get an overall examination of the whole organism.
  • BURSITIS: acute or chronic inflammation, and fluid sac welt (containing synovial fluid), which attenuates joint loads.
  • CAPPED HOCKS: synovial sac inflammation on the point of the hock tip.
  • CELLULITE: inflammation and welt of the underlining skin tissue, mostly caused by infected injury; it may manifest in particular in limbs, but also in other areas of the organism.
  • ABDOMINAL CRAMPING: digestive apparatus disease that, in the horse case, it doesn’t correspond to the common stomachache but they can be more severe and need appropriate examination.
  • CONTUSIONS: even if the skin is not broken, those traumas manifest inflamed and painful welts, because of the damaged underlining tissues, including capillaries and nerves.
  • CURBS: is a swelling at the back of the hock with ligament inflammation.
  • DESMITIS: inflammation of fetlock suspensory ligament.
  • ACUTE JOINT SPRAINS: temporary joint alterations caused by sudden and unnatural motions or by a lack of tone muscle; all joint structures are anatomical and physiologically stressed, causing potential damages to each of them.
  • MUSCLE PAIN: a non-specific symptomatology generated by various causes (stains by accident; postural imbalances and inappropriate diets, etc.)
  • VERTEBRAL PAINS: a non-specific symptomatology mostly caused by excessive sprains or overload; this disease should be treated on the basis of deep examination since it is commonly related to skeleton, muscles, nerves and vertebral joints pathologies.
  • EDEMA: fluids accumulation in the interstitial space which may involve delimited areas (for example, limbs), or all body areas (anasarca).
  • HEMATOMA: a collection of blood outside of a blood vessel and localized in tissues or in an organism cavity. It can be caused by traumas, vascular integrity alteration, clotting troubles or by surgeries.
  • RINGBONE: inflammation of new bone formation occurring after periosteal traumatic alterations at the pastern and coronet level, and it may involve all the 4 limbs.
  • FRACTURES: bone structure integrity interruption caused by excess overload, occurring after traumas, metabolic disorder (osteoporosis), cancers.
  • LAMINITIS: dermal laminae inflammation which unify the bone in the hoof. It is an extremely severe and painful pathology, which mainly involve the forelimbs but it may also affect the hind limbs.
  • NAVICULAR SYNDROME: it is a syndrome described as an inflammation and degeneration of the navicular bone and of the surrounding tissues.
  • WHITERS DISEASE: it includes all sort of lesion, hemorrhage, abscess, necrosis processes due to the saddle compression over the withers.
  • TIBIA PAIN: non-specific term to indicate a pain related to a bone new formation at the posterior tibia.
  • SYNOVITIS: blisters full of synovial fluid which result from a tendon sheath strain. They can be joint or tendon.
  • OSTEOCHONDROSIS: ossification defect which manifests in various forms, such as osteoarthritis dissecans (OCD), and results in flaps and fissure formation in the articular cartilage.
  • POST-COMPETITION: training stress and, in particular, over fatigue may cause pain but may also develop in severe strains and traumatisms; during training, Magnet Therapy stimulates recovery processes from a metabolic-energetic point of view, and enables at the same time lactic acid absorption.
  • POST-SURGERY: especially in the orthopedic field, but also prosthetic, magnet therapy stimulates and accelerate repairing processes, resulting from trauma and from screw, plaques and other functional elements, by stabilizing the whole implant and extending its duration.
  • POST-TRAUMATIC: the therapy represents an efficient support in accelerating educational processes, once the acute phase has passed.
  • ATHLETIC TRAINING: magnet therapy is highly important in harmonizing, from a structural and functional point of view, all the apparatus involved in training, improving organ perfusion in all areas, muscle contractility and nerve impulse system.
  • RHABDOMYOLYSIS: it is a muscle cell break, whose content floods in the blood. It results from too intense muscular activities, trauma and also drugs.
  • SPLINTS: result from ligament periosteal lesions which join the main metacarpus and they manifest laterally at the tibia level.
  • SOLE BRUISING: it is the sole, hoof and the whole foot contusion, it manifests with ecchymosis, or bleeding in the coronary substance, mostly with purulence and abscess.
  • BOG SPAVIN: a soft swelling occurs on the medial surface of the hock joint resulting from excessive fluid within the joint capsule.
  • BONE SPAVIN: is a chronic bony growth within the lower hock joint, on the lower part of the tarsus and the upper part of the metatarsus.
  • TENDINITIS: tendons transfer energy generated by muscle contraction to bones structure to make specific movements; tendinitis is a tendon inflammation resulting from an inappropriate/excessive muscle activity or from trauma or incorrect shoeing.