Just as in high-level sports for humans, in veterinary medicine
(and, with regard to sports, in such instances as maximizing racing horses’ performance and
their post-injury rehab), the Human Tecar methodology is employed both in the treatment
of acute and chronic pathologies and in preventing injuries, as well as muscular
recovery before and after intensive training or competitions.


Many years of research and tangible results, the
experience acquired in human physiotherapy, both in the world of sports and without, have soon crossed over to the veterinary field, enabling the treatment of horses, first, then of small animals, to change therapeutic approach.
Today, the veterinarian is supported by a new resource that can help him or her considerably reduce therapy time. As in professional sports for humans, Human Tecar is used in injury prevention and muscular recovery before and after intensive training and when competitions (e.g. in the case of racing horses) are closely spaced together. Some of the most commonly treated disorders are: tendinitis and chronic tendinopathy, inflammation of the synovial membrane, post-fracture rehabilitation, muscular contractures, muscular trauma, contusions, edema, bursitis, sprains and arthralgia.

Training Human Tecar
Specialists in the veterinary field

The training course consists of two segments, a brief theoretical section and a practical one that focuses on analyzing the pathology and defining therapeutic strategy, as well as a range of protocols in treating small and large animals, and various applications of the Human Tecar MO in veterinary medicine.

Course detail