The Therapy Click System is a therapeutic aid and a starting point to change breakover, heel elevation, and DDF tension. Both the 5 degree and 10 degree bases have been designed with extra depth to give professionals the ability to customize to each unique case. Break over position and heel height are quickly changed with a rasp or grinder. Add additional height with adhesive products. The starting point allows customization of the Therapy Click for each unique case. Sold Individually
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Q What EasyCare boots work with the Click system?
A Most of our boots will work with the click system there are a select few that will not. Here is a list of our boots that will accommodate the Click system
Q Can the Click be used with EasyShoes?
A Unfortunately the Click System does not work with the any of our EasyShoes at this time.
Q Can my horse be turned out with the Click?
A We only recommend light turn out in a small paddock when using the Click system.
Q Can I add Quick Studs or Ice Studs to the Click?
A We do not recommend adding studs to the Click Base.
Q Can my horse be rode in the Click?
A We do not recommend riding with the Click System it is for therapy purposes only. Hand walking would be just fine if the horse needs to get out for some exercise.
Q Do I have to use glue to apply the click to my boots?
A No the Click system is attached to the boots with screws and yes we also offer replacement screws.
Q Can I reapply the Click System to preexisting holes?
A Yes you can. Just make sure that the hole are clean out well and free of any dirt or debris.
Q How much do they weigh?
A The 10 degree weighs 11 ounces for the smallest size and 20 ounces for the largest. The 5 degree weighs 9 ounces for the smallest and 16 ounces for the largest size.
Q Can the angle be modified?
A Yes, using a grinder the Click can be modified to exactly what your horse needs.
Q Can the Click be used on just one foot?
A Yes, the click system can be used on just one foot. Speak with your veterinarian before doing so to insure it will not compromise the other foot in any way.