In 2015 veterinary Vibeke s Elbrond was the first one ever to publish a research study on fascia on horses. But did you know that she used the Atlasbalans M1 to validate her findings – and at the same time showing the effect the machine has on fascia?
The Swedish Fascia Vibes treatment may appear gentle – but during treatment there is a lot that is happening in the body. Learn more about how the machine increases the fluid flow in the tissue and turns of pain receptors
Janus Marquis, Physiotherapist for the U.S. Show Jumping Team, got to hear from Rolf Göran Bengtsson as well as from other elite riders that they had experienced some fantastic results with Swedish Fascia Vibes.
From autumn 2015 to autumn 2016, Atlasbalans had a close collaboration with Rolf Göran Bengtsson with the intention of seeing if regular fascia treatment could help his horses stayed in shape.
We asked Swedish Fascia Therapist Märta Lindqvist to write an article explaining what happens during the treatment along with some tips on how to treat horses with the machine.
Swedish Fascia Vibes is a proven method helping trotter horses with common problems and injury prevention. Thousands of horses are treated every month and they are running faster and winning more races than ever before
Trotting horses are worked on a completely different level than horses in most other branches. They are exposed to more stress in both the speed, intensity and risk of injury is high.
Want to know more about how it is working as a therapist and using Swedish Fascia Vibes? We asked therapist Märta Lindqvist, who has been with Atlasbalans since 2015 to share her insights and experiences.
Fascia therapist Märta Lindqvist shares her thoughts and case studies on treatments of trotter horses