At Vet4HealthyPet, we use stem cell therapy to help promote healing, relieve pain and reduce inflammation in cats and dogs suffering from a variety of veterinary conditions, including osteoarthritis.
Veterinary Stem Cell Therapy
Stem Cell Therapy is an all-natural therapy that can help pets suffering from arthritis, hip dysplasia, soft tissue injuries, and more. Some pets are even able to come off pain medication after receiving Stem Cell Therapy.
In addition to Stem Cell Therapy, we also offer Platelet-Rich Plasma Therapy! PRP Therapy is a convenient same-day treatment that harnesses the ability of a pet's blood platelets. Our veterinarians utilize the treatment in conjunction with common surgeries, general inflammation, arthritis, and more.
What does stem cell therapy treat?Veterinary stem cell therapy helps treat a range of conditions, diseases and injuries in either cats or dogs. Some of the most common ones include:
- Damaged Ligaments
- Hip Dysplasia
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Spinal injuries
Stem Cells and Your Pet
Sometimes, it can be really hard to predict the final results of stem cell therapy. There are some situations in which cats and dogs respond really well to stem cell treatment at first, but later relapse. However, in other situations, pets will display incredible improvements that have lasting results.
Our Orange veterinarians will determine your cat's or dog's suitability for stem cell therapy based on the laboratory supplying the stem cells for the procedure and the age, breed, general health, previous treatment and response history, severity, and duration of your companion's condition, and sedation risk of your pet.
Cryobanking Stem Cells
At Vet4HealthyPet, we also offer cryobanking, where you can store extra cells from the procedure for future use. Regenerative medicine is labeled to treat arthritis and other degenerative joint diseases.
Eliminate Future Cost and Risk:
By harvesting tissue for stem cells while your pet is under general anesthesia for another procedure (spay & neuter, cherry eye, entropion, tail amputation, elongated soft palate, stenotic nares, orthopedics like Medial Patella Luxation and Anterior Cruciate Tare, Cesarean, etc.) you are eliminating the cost and risk of future anesthesia.
Eliminate Age Related Anesthetic Risk:
The risks of an adverse event occurring during anesthesia are higher as your pet grows older.
Minimal Extra Anesthetic:
Harvesting the adipose tissue for the cryobanked stem cells is a quick procedure that only adds a few minutes to the elected anesthetic protocol.