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Optimized Recovery Leading to Optimized Performance

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EVIDENCE BASED

Soft Tissue injury pilot study reflects average:

50% Reduction in recovery time

99.69% reduction in inflammation

71.70% reduction in heat retention

88.89% reduction in pain

90.10% reduction in lameness

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REGULATORY

Parent medical technology is registered in NZ as Class I Medical Device for human use;

both human and equine use are pending FDA Class II Medical Device submission.

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POWERED BY AI

OBET is a dynamic live photo biomodulation therapy backed by over 40,000 hours of biophysics research and development, utilizing AI and Machine Learning to calibrate biological responses in real time.

INFLAMMATION PAIN HEAT RETENTION LAMENESS/WEIGHT BEARING

Soft Tissue Pilot Study

Veterinary Reviewed

8 independent fetlock soft tissue injuries were treated from a population of 20 horses.  Mean treatment time was 3.25 days for a mean session time of 4.5 hours each.   Participant horses were selected based on visual evidence of fetlock area soft tissue injury (inflammation, pain, heat retention, lameness/weight-bearing) and/or veterinary examination indicating a soft tissue injury. Treatments were carried out in a quasi-experimental fashion to assess any positive preliminary findings and potentially indicate a foundation for further research.

Results:  After completing treatment, all subjects had an almost complete resolution of pain and lameness/weight-bearing as measured by the Colorado State University Equine Comfort Assessment Scale, as well as an almost complete resolution of measured inflammation and heat retention as compared to a control leg.

Inflammation reduced by 88.69%

Heat retention reduced by 71.70%

Pain reduced by 88.89%

Lameness reduced by 90.10%

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OSTEOCHONDRITIS DISSECANS (OCD)

OCD CASE STUDY

In 2023 a thoroughbred yearling was disqualified from sale due to a severe Osteochondritis Dissecans (OCD) lesion in her knee.  The breeder was informed that the lesion was so severe, and in such a difficult position that surgery was not possible and that the horse would never race.

After OBET treatment the final radiograph interpretation reflected 'Remodeling of distal dorsal aspect of radial carpal bone, no fragment seen.'  NSA - No significant abnormalities.

The horse is now in active race training.

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