ADIPOSE STEM CELL PROCEDURE
This New Regenerative Stem Cell Procedure is Now affordable for your Pet. If you answer ‘yes’ to any of the questions below contact us to learn how we can help your best friend be more comfortable.
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If you answer ‘yes’ to any of the questions below contact us to learn how we can help your best friend be more comfortable.
Does your pet Experience the pain of arthritis?:
- Suffer pain or disablement from a previous injury?
- Show signs of Hip Dysplasia?
- Suffer from Ligament e.g Cruciate or tendon injures?
- Experience ongoing orthopaedic surgery related problems?
Our In-house Stem Cell procedure has been used successfully on many Dogs and Cats for the treatment of osteoarthritis and bone and ligament injuries both here in Australia and abroad. This treatment is now an affordable way to treat animals suffering from a range of degenerative diseases.
The Adipose Stem Cell Procedure can be a very viable alternative to:
- Drugs for long term pain management for arthritis
- Some orthopaedic procedures
- Ligament and tendon damage.
- After orthopaedic surgery to promote faster healing and tissue regeneration.
This procedure is non controversial as no embryonic cells are used, only cells obtained from your animal’s own fat tissue.
What are Stem Cells?
Stem cells are unique in that they can form into many different types of tissue including muscle, nerve, cartilage, bone, fat, liver and more. They occur naturally in the body and are naturally drawn to areas which are damaged once they have entered the body. They then quickly go to work to repair damaged tissue. Studies have shown that these stem cells help repair damaged cartilage and bone tissue, decrease inflammation (and pain), heal damaged cells, prevent further cell deterioration and promote active tissue regeneration.
Unlike the stem cell therapy that has been used in human medicine for many years – this new technology uses only adult cells harvested from the pet’s own body. No ’embryonic’ cells are involved so no ethical or moral values are involved. In addition to this, the new technology allows us to be able to harvest more cells than any predeceasing technologies and activating them through new state of the art LED Light Technology.
It’s a completely natural process – just the body’s own stem cells healing itself with a little help from modern technology.
How Are Animals Treated With Stem Cells?
Firstly, the “dormant” cells are harvested by removing around 20 grams of fat from your pet’s body. The procedure is performed under general anaesthesia, taking only 20 minutes or so. Then your pet rests and recovers from the anaesthetic. Meanwhile we process the tissue to harvest and activate the cells. This takes about two to three hours.
The whole procedure is conducted in the Hospital and in real time meaning your pet will be a ‘day patient,’ in and out in less than one day!
How effective is the Stem Cell Procedure?
The successful use of fat-derived stem cells as a natural therapy to promote regeneration of problem areas has been recorded in well over 6,000 procedures. This Australian Breakthrough Technology is now being used in over 10 countries globally and results have shown that over 90% of dogs undergoing the procedure show a vast improvement in their quality of life and a reduction in any pain levels present.
Owners have reported:
- Greater range of motion of affected joints.
- Less obvious signs of pain.
- Less difficulty rising and walking.
- Reduced need for ongoing anti – inflammatory medications.
- Happier, healthier and more energetic pets loving life.
Is the Stem Cell Procedure suitable for my Pet?
The Adipose Stem Cell Procedure is suitable for but not limited to Arthritis, Hip Dysplasia, Cartilage Damage, Ligament Damage and damaged Tendons.
Stem cell therapy is NOT suitable for cancer patients or patients with active infections.
Do all Veterinary Clinics offer Stem Cell Therapy?
No. The Adipose Stem cell procedure is only available through specific accredited Hospitals. Our Sister practice Joondalup Central Veterinary Hospital is one of the first in WA to use the Medivet Advanced Stem Cell technology and is an accredited clinic that can process the harvested fat sample using specialised laboratory equipment.
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More information can be found at adiposestemcell.com.au
HERE IS WHAT OUR OWN CLIENTS ARE SAYING!:
” I am an extremely happy customer… As is my 10 year old dog, “Bindi”! She’s just had “Stem Cell Surgery”, less than two months ago! The improvement, so far, is nothing short of amazing!
Thank you Dr Rob, for investing your time and money, bringing this brilliant technique to W.A. So people, if you want to give your Pet a wicked Christmas present, if they are in their latter years, and need a little help, make an appointment with Dr rob, and see if they qualify for this wonderful treatment! Using your Pets’ own Stem Cells to help them out, is the best present you could give them!
“He is jumping out of bed in the morning where we had to lift him up before”
“He has so much more energy….. he is like a pup again”
“My Husband wants his money back as she is feeling so good she has become naughty!”
“She has no soreness at all now”
“is coming back from walks and still wanting to play with toys”
“she has not had any more pain killers where she could not go more than a day or two without them”
“now racing to go for a walk where we had to coach him to get out”
“We are having to take the toys away from him to slow him down!”
“She is now too lively and escaping under the fence!”
“Our visitors can’t believe she is the same dog. She bounces now!” (10/2012)
“. has not required any anti-inflammatories or pain killers since the treatment”(12/2012)
“He has not had a ‘bad’ day since the treatment and (as an extra effect) his skin condition has much improved” (2/2013)
“He is now chasing the cat again!” (3/2013)
“I can’t believe it, he can scratch his ear now which I have not seen him do for years!” (4/2013)
“He is much happier to get up in the mornings and has not needed any pain killers since the treatment. (3/2014)
To see some “Before and Afters” medivetbiologics.com/before-after
To see the research medivetbiologics.com/references