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Arthramid® Vet is used to treat non-infectious causes of joint lameness in animals, including both early and late stage of Osteoarthritis (OA) and Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD).

Lameness is the number one reason for vet call-outs and is often difficult to manage, especially in the longer term. This can lead to frequent re-treatments and, increased supplement and drug intake.

Arthramid® Vet treats the underlying causes of joint lameness in animals. The advanced gel acts as a “bio-scaffold” that fully integrates with the joint tissue, reducing pain and strengthening the joint itself.

Key Product Features

  • Unique mechanism of action
  • Advanced gel acts as a “bio-scaffold” that bonds with the tissue, restoring movement
  • Long lasting
  • Proven success in over 82.5% of cases
  • Integrates into the joint tissue providing shock absorption to the joint
  • Safe, biocompatible, non toxic and neuro innocuous

An Introduction to Arthramid® Vet

Dr Jason Lowe shares his insights on the Arthramid® Vet product

Arthramid® Vet White Paper

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Arthramid® Vet User Guide

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Arthramid® Vet Technical Summary

Veterinarians and Owners: Get a copy of our technical summary, with a brief overview of mode of action, efficacy, case selection and dosages.

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Arthramid® Vet Brochure

Owners and Trainers: an introduction to Arthramid® Vet for horse owners and trainers. The key facts about this pioneering treatment for joint lameness.

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Testimonials

“I’ve had nothing but successful outcomes since with Arthramid Vet. ”

Josh Barker

“I have utilised hundreds of doses of 2.5% PAAG gel since 2014, and during this period I have learnt how to maximise its benefit”

Dr Stuart Vallance

“I was introduced to Arthramid Vet by my veterinarian. I find it to be a very safe, effective and long-lasting treatment and it is well received by the horses.”

Stephanie Tierney

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Episode 5

Episode 5: We talk to Australian legend Dr Kim McKellar, Equine Veterinarian, about his experiences of Arthramid Vet from over 50 years in clinical practice; “I wish I had this product 30 years ago”.

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Episode 4

Episode 4: We meet expert and specialist surgeon Dr Aziz Tnibar, one of the original researcher’s behind the use of 2.5% PAAG in the treatment of lameness and osteoarthritis in animals.

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Episode 3

Episode 3: We hear from expert veterinarian Dr Marc Koene, German Olympic Team Vet, FEI Advisor and Owner at Leusche Equine Clinic about his opinion and experiences with Arthramid Vet

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Episode 2: We discuss how to use Arthramid Vet in the management of joint lameness and osteoarthritis in horses.

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Episode 1

Episode 1: An introduction to Arthramid Vet, an exciting new treatment for joint lameness and osteoarthritis in animals.

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