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March 28, 2018

Peninsula Equine Medical Center is always proud to offer the latest in regenerative medicine, including Pro-Stride Advanced Joint Therapy. We have been using Pro-Stride in our patients for over one-and-a-half years, and are extremely happy with the success our patients have had. It was added to our extensive arsenal of modalities which include other regenerative medicine procedures such as IRAP, PRP, and stem cells therapy.

Pro-Stride is an Autologous Protein Solution (APS) containing a high concentration of cells, platelets, growth factors, and anti-inflammatory proteins to treat inflammatory processes in joints. This all-natural, drug-free option takes 20 minutes to process with...

March 23, 2018

Your vote is in! 

Due to a great response from out last education night, we are happy to be presenting our second seminar on “Endocrine Diseases in Horses”. We aim to help inform clients and friends on the causes, clinical signs, how to diagnose, and treatment options for a variety of endocrine disease, including Cushing’s disease and Equine Metabolic Syndrome.

At Peninsula Equine, we value knowledge and believe it is part of our responsibility to educate the public. This is a free event and open to everyone!

We do appreciate RSVPs (email info@peneq.com) to help us know about how many guests to prepare for. Light refreshments will be provided.

When: Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Time: Pre...

March 20, 2018

We know that many of you are in the midst of preparing for, or have already started, the show season. Here are a few things to remember as you and your horse travel to competitions. Attached is also an informative article from the USEF regarding travel and your horse.

It’s important to realize that transport to shows, even if your horse seems like a calm traveller, puts stress on their bodies and immune system. Stress can play a large role in the development of gastric ulcers, so prevention is ideal. An in-depth article with the newest ulcer information will be coming soon, but here are some general management guidelines you can follow if you’re concerned about gastric ulcers in y...

March 2, 2018

Here at Peninsula Equine, we have found that integrating complementary medicine techniques to our treatment plans has led to greater success when managing lameness cases, painful conditions, and various disease processes. It also helps us maintain the musculoskeletal health of all our patients from the athletic performer to the retired horse.


Acupuncture is considered to be under the umbrella of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and involves the stimulation of predetermined spots, called “acupuncture points”. In TCM, acupuncture points are often associated with “meridians” to stimulate movement of qi (“chi”) energy. There are multiple free nerve endings at the...

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