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The TRAINING SADDLE PAD with Therapeutic effect

How does Vetmedicum® frequency field therapy work?

The Vetmedicum® technique uses subliminal sound as a carrier medium.
The sound spectrum also includes natural ranges of infrasound (0.2 Hz to 16 Hz) and ultrasound (16 kHz to 20 kHz).

The frequency information is transmitted mainly via the water contained in the body fluids, which consists of the intracellular fluid and the extracellular fluid.
Here, the information is provided without mechanically influencing the electrical voltage conditions in the atomic or cellular range.

A non-mechanistic transmission of information is possible with the help of sound. The informing rhythm is transmitted here directly and without the imprint with the help of induced electrical voltage states.

Instead, the body water carries the information.

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The training saddle pad for more harmony between horse and rider

You want to ride your horse in harmony and looseness?

You want to increase the health and well-being of your horse?

You want to increase the space grip and activate the hindquarters?

And all this without medication?

We have incorporated highly effective frequency fields in this training saddle pad specially developed for horse and rider.
These unique frequency fields are tuned by experts and veterinarians to the needs of horse and rider.

The frequencies are transferred to your horse by means of frequency pads and can be easily removed for washing the saddle pad.

The included MP3 player activates the frequency pads and converts the sounds into vibrations.
You choose individually between twelve setting options for your horse.

The following 12 frequency combinations are provided:

Stressless: for horses that

find no relaxation when ridden
react tense to new situations
react to changes in weather with a lot of activity
in stressful situations, e.g. new surroundings and being transported in a trailer

Back fit: for horses

after a saddle fitting
after a physio or osteo treatment
with hardened back muscles
who show defensive reactions when being groomed

Regeneration: for horses that

have been treated physiotherapeutically
are having difficulty building up muscles
are in convalescence periods
need support in the healing phase (saddle pressure)
have to maintain the health of senior horses

Powerhouse: for horses that

need new energy and motivation
show too little willingness to perform
need support in a regeneration phase
need a long time in the solution phase

Saddle fit: for horses that

show tension in the long back muscle
have fascial adhesions in the back
have x-ray evidence of kissing spines
suffer from saddle compulsion

Active hindquarters: for horses that

have recurring ISG and lumbar spine problems
find it difficult to bear weight in the back
after a saddle adjustment, if the pressure point was in the lumbar region
find it difficult to find their leaning against the bit

Balance: for horses that

are at the beginning of their equestrian career
have difficulty finding their physical balance
are emotionally unbalanced
have difficulty concentrating

Harmony: for horses that

cannot adjust to new circumstances, e.g. change of stable,
new owner, attending events
new owner, attending events
need emotional stability

Shoulder freedom: for horses that

show too little space grip in the forehand
after a physiotherapeutic treatment
after a saddle fitting because of a too tight saddle

Belly comfort: for horses that

cannot relax in the topline
show gastric problems
are windsucking
have had colic

Heat (rossy) harmony: for mares that

show behavioural abnormalities during the heat
suffer from cysts
are conspicuous for their "stubborn" or "timid" behaviour
frequently beat their tails when being ridden

Looseness: for horses that

have been treated physiotherapeutically
have difficulty letting go in the topline
are at the beginning of their equestrian career

Produced by Reitsport Mattes because …

… the saddle pad has an optimal fit and an anatomically shaped top line.
… it is made of particularly dimensionally stable quilted fabric.
… it has a very good pressure distribution due to Poly-Flex®.

The lambskin version is convincing because …

… the pressure distribution is even better.
… friction is reduced.
… it has a temperature-balancing effect.

The training saddle pad can be ordered from Vetmedicum in all desired colours and designs on request.