Archive for December, 2011

Dec 23, 2011

What Do Owners Report About Vet-Stem Cell Therapy?

Posted by Bob under dog arthritis, stem cell therapy

Results from surveys supplied to Vet-Stem by owners of dogs with arthritis.

What Results Have Dog Owners Reported?
• Greater than 80% of dogs with arthritis have improved Quality of Life
• Here are outcome survey results for Older Dogs
• Here are outcome survey results for Younger Dogs
• Here are outcome survey results for Dogs on Pain Medication

What is the Process?
Stem cells are processed from your animals own fat.

 

 

 

What Do Stem Cells Do?


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Dec 7, 2011

Scarlett’s Miraculous Recovery with Stem Cell Therapy

Meet Scarlett – A 3 year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who underwent Vet-Stem Cell Therapy to help her elbow and hip dysplasia.

“In the spring of 2010 at the age of 21 months I noticed that she wasn’t enjoying her walks – she was walking slower, dragging behind and sometimes even stopping and wanting me to carry her. This was a young dog that used to walk for hours and loved visiting with all of the neighbors.  We were sent to Dr. Gassel at Southern California Vet Specialty Hospital and after some specialized tests found out that she did have elbow dysplasia in both elbows. We also found out that she had hip dysplasia. I was concerned at first because this was something new to me but Dr. Gassel felt Scarlett was a good candidate for this procedure. Read the rest of this entry »

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Dec 1, 2011

Global Leaders in Stem Cell Therapy Meet in La Jolla

Posted by Bob under Stem Cell Industry

Yesterday a global stem cell meeting began in La Jolla with leaders from around the world, “Stem Cells on the Mesa.”  The discussions are centered on stem cell science and the development of new products.  Vet-Stem presented the stem cell story in veterinary medicine to the amazement of many in the audience.  Researchers and business leaders commented that Vet-Stem and veterinary medicine were leaders in translating stem cell science into true clinical treatments.  With over 4000 horses and 4000 dogs treated with stem cells, we are helping the industry see that stem cell therapy really works and is safe! Read the rest of this entry »

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