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Owl Manor Veterinary Selected to Startup Circle at VMX 2018!

Owl Manor Veterinary was selected as one of the veterinary profession’s most exciting startups, products or services that are revolutionizing the field at NAVC - VMX 2018 (previously the NAVC Conference). Criteria for selection to the Startup Circle included product offerings which are innovative, technologically advanced and serve the veterinary industry. 

A Healing Touch - Working with Equine Athlete Injuries

As featured in NSBA Magazine -

​​Kate Workman, DVM, manages the rehabilitation center at Hassinger Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation and takes us through some of today’s treatment options; including Pro-Stride.


The newest technology available in regenerative medicine treatment, called Pro-Stride, is an Autologous Protein Solution, or APS. Owl Veterinary Manor began distributing Pro-Stride in early 2015, and the Hassinger team starting using it about a year ago. “Pro-Stride is seeing success with arthritis and tendon injuries and is quickly becoming popular.”

Owl Manor - Proud Sponsor of The International Society of Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP)

We are proud to sponsor ISELP. ISELPs focus is on the problem of lameness in the equine athlete. The goal of ISELP is to provide contemporary knowledge and techniques in the continually evolving field of equine locomotor analysis to better prepare the equine clinician to understand and manage lameness conditions in the equine athlete.

A New Approach to Fighting Inflammation

When Emily Lundstrom’s show partner, Too Hot To Be True, suffered an acute injury in his right hind ankle after getting cast in his stall in December 2015, she was worried. The amateur competitor from Valparaiso, Indiana, was planning on a busy 2016 competing at Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) shows. Her trainers, Emily and Chad Williams became increasingly concerned when traditional methods of joint therapy were not healing her horse.


  “My veterinarian suggested trying something called Pro-Stride and after about three days of stall rest my trainer called and said ‘you are not going to believe this but I just took Elliot out on the lunge line and he is completely sound,’” said Lundstrom.

Warsaw Company Brings High-Tech Treatment to Horses

Headquartered in the orthopedic capital of the world, a Warsaw-based startup is gaining traction as it uses new technology to treat patients with four legs instead of two. Led by two orthopedic industry veterans, Owl Manor Veterinary is adapting human-based programs to benefit horses facing joint or soft tissue ailments, and soon, will be adding man’s best friend to its portfolio. 

“There are a few products on the market that address these injuries and diseases, but a lot of those require the animal to stay overnight or for the bone marrow or stem cells to be sent out to be cultured,” says Leach. “That can take anywhere from a few days to a couple weeks. That means multiple trips to the vet or incubation overnight. Our products are all done in less than 30 minutes.”

Pro-Stride with Goose Creek Polo Club (2016 Season)

We're excited to announce that Goose Creek Polo Ponies are using Pro-Stride to improve their health, maintenance, and performance.  Goose Creek Polo Team competes in Polo tournaments nationally and internationally both mixed and women's Polo. 

Recent Awards include: 

2016 International Polo Club 18 Goal Champions
2015 International Polo Club 18 Goal Champions
2015 US Women's Open Champions as Northern Trust
2015 Polo One Pilar 14 Goal Champions

Tennessee Equine Hospital Community Forum: Developments in Regenerative Medicine

Both Tennessee Equine Hospital (TEH) locations held community forums April 13 and 14, 2016 to introduce horse owners to Owl Manor Veterinary’s products in Regenerative Medicine.  "Dr. McInturff referred to Regenerative Medicine as “the most innovative treatment we’ve had in my 27 years practicing” 

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How Top Veterinarians are Using Pro-Stride

View our ISELP testimonial video. 

Warsaw Company Helps Equine Athletes Heal Using Regernative Medicine - ABC News

ABC News feature on Own Manor Veterinary's exciting new technology. 

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