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Units now being used as post surgical pressure bandage to aid in the prevention of post surgical hernias!
 
 1-888-431-7771

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CM Equine Products has spent over six years developing this non-invasive hernia belt and method of treatment, Patented device and method of treatment,  and is approved and recommended by local Veterinarians. Call us at 1-888-431-7771 or click on the e-mail address at the bottom of this page.

This mare had a hernia 10" down the midline and about 4" across. After 8 weeks of treatment, which includes wearing the CM Heal Hernia belt and beginning an exercise program, the hernia is reduced and almost closed. UPDATE - after 4 more weeks the entire hernia is closed and the mare is now back to work.

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Typical post-surgical hernia - click here to play video to show exercise

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Here is a 12 week old colt on his first day with the belt.

   

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This mare is looking at her THIRD surgery. After 7 weeks of treatment the 3-1/2" front hernia is now 1" x 1-1/4" in size. We discovered two other hernias along the mid-line after 2 weeks and they have also reduced to under 1". Her Surgeon tells us there will not need to be a third surgery.

Amazing Results! Here is the mare at the beginning of her treatment.
The CM Hernia Belt can also be used as a post surgical pressure bandage. UPDATE - this mare has both back hernias closed and the front area is reduced to less than quarter size. She is back to work.

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