Stem cell therapy can help pets suffering from osteoarthritis, hip dysplasia and other degenerative diseases. This advanced therapy does not involve embryonic stem cells, but rather the adult animal's own stem cells to heal and repair. Fat tissue is taken during a surgical procedure and activated in-hospital to become stem cells.
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The Adipose-Derived Stem Cell Therapy Process
Regenerative stem cells are your pet's natural healing cells that help regenerate injured tissues. They are derived from your pet's fat, a non-vital renewable tissue source (also called adipose tissue), and are capable of separating into a variety of tissue types including tendon, ligament, bone, cartilage, smooth and cardiac muscle, liver and more.
This process only takes about 48 hours and is easy and safe. Stem cells regenerate healthy tissue, signal to the animal's own healing cells, and call on additional cells to the injury site for improved health.
Most importantly, this therapy can help improve your pet's quality of life. We have seen dramatic improvement in pain relief and range of motion for pets suffering from arthritis of the knee, hip and elbow, and other degenerative diseases.
Would Your Pet Benefit from Stem Cell Therapy?
If your pet suffers from degenerative disease or osteoarthritis or has problems running, jumping or climbing stairs, ask one of our friendly veterinarians about stem cell therapy and get your furry friend back on his feet. Please call (920) 434-1010 for more information or to schedule a consultation.