Maddy D Hunter | 4 Questions | 29 Answers

My horse has a suspensory ligament in his hind leg it's really old and very difficult to get rid of. We could do surgery but it's in the thousands and there are very low chances. What should I do ?

My horse has a suspensory ligament in his hind leg it's really old and very difficult to get rid of. We could do surgery but it's in the thousands and there are very low chances. What should I do ?
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If it is an old injury, it is not so easy to treat it, as scar tissue is already there. But the best option is stem cell treatments with regeneration effect. It will not work so good as for the fresh injury, but we have had many successful cases also for old injuries. See more: www.medrego.com
a suspensory ligament is part of the horse's leg. it is a body part, supposed to be there lol. now there are many injuries that can occur to it since it is such a long ligament, but what exactly is wrong with it?
Is it painful for your horse? Or does it just prevent you from riding? I looked it up and horses are supposed to have a suspensory ligament...so my question is what is wrong with it?
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