Video Q&A Sessions on Equine Joint Health now Available

Moving the herd.
Moving the herd.

If you work in the equine industry and deal with lameness issues, check out the new video Q&A sessions on joint health by PetVivo, featuring equine veterinarian, Tracy Turner. The company manufactures Spryng with OsteoCushion Technology.

Available only through licensed veterinarians, Spryng with OsteoCushion Technology is an innovative intra-articular injectable veterinary medical device that is designed to aid in the management of joint pain from loss of cartilage or tissue-bone mechanical malfunction caused by joint dysfunction not associated with infection (e.g., lameness, osteoarthritis, degenerative joint disease). A single injection provides both immediate joint protection and helps protect the joint from further injury, unlike other products that only treat symptoms. 

"Anti-inflammatories eliminate the inflammatory process, but they don't address the consequences of that," says Dr. Turner. "Spryng is a product that needs to be in our toolbox for treating joint diseases and other arthritic type diseases. I recommend it to every veterinarian around the country."

Dr. Turner, who has used Spryng with OsteoCushion Technology for 10 years and joined the Veterinary Advisory Board of parent company PetVivo Holdings, Inc. in 2018, recently released a series of Q&A videos recounting his experience with and assessment of the Spryng product. The full video collection can be viewed on


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