In addition to the PRP+bone marrow injection, the horse was fitted with a corrective shoe that provided significant heel extension (Figure 3 and 4). This type of shoe is also known as a "fish tail" show and will reduce the "load" across the fetlock joint by supporting the lower limb. Horses recovering from tendon sheath infections and SDF tendonitis tend to avoid fully loading the back of the foot which may result in lower limb contracture. The fish tail shoe allows the horse to fully load the foot in a more comfortable fashion. The horse was walked daily and otherwise kept in stall confinement. In addition, the leg was treated daily with cold compresses.