When CJ got to me, his face filled with pain, I had realised he had received a hard blow from the naughty horse.
He got one kick on the fibula (between the knee and the ankle) and one on the foot's small bones (between the ankle and the little toe!!) His riding boot was kicked to pieces, and he could hardly walk.
A few weeks before, I had made him a small first aid kit that he could carry in his bag to the horses. In the past I just sent some Rescue and Injura drops, a few plasters and some Traumeel S ointment with him, which proved very useful over time, as he helped many children that came off a horse and met the ground with a rather sudden stop.
We immediately gave him some Rescue drops, followed by Injura drops. I carefully took the boot and sock off and discovered that (fortunately) it was not an open wound. I applied some Traumeel S ointment to the areas that was not well defined at this stage, as the pain was all over.
I then applied the wet part of the bandage to the foot and the fibula area.
We wrapped the bandage firmly around the area, and the pain disappeared within 5 minutes. I kept in doing this for about 4 days, at which point he was able to walk and jump again without any problems.
At the same time, during the days of his foot and leg healing I also fed him extra doses of the following supplements; CMO Capsules, Omega SLO capsules, Beriola capsules, Activ 8 antioxidants and extra Vitamin C capsules. I had him drink lots of filtered water with Coral Calcium sachets in the water. This makes the water highly alkaline and the Coral speeds up the healing tremendously.