Looking at the set of Before and After X-rays to the right you can see that in the Before picture, the coffin bone rotates away from the hoof wall due to failing laminae in the front of the hoof.
The After picture shows the improvement in rotation after just 12 weeks after the application of The Hoof Cinch.
Don't be fooled by anyone that says they can do the same thing with trimming. They are just rasping the front of the hoof wall off and declaring it a fix. If you x-ray the hoof 6 months later you will still have the same rotation as you started with.
With the Hoof Cinch the hoof wall is actually grown back toward the bone. When you x-ray 6, 12 or 18 months later there will still be no rotation.
Horses fixed with the Hoof Cinch are able to go back to their normal duties such as trail riding, barrel racing, jumping and just being your companion.