Regenerative veterinary medicine

PRP for CCL Injuries: Cookie’s PRP Treatment for Partial Cruciate (CCL/ACL) Tear Update and Considering the Future

PRP for CCL Injuries: Cookie’s PRP Treatment for Partial Cruciate (CCL/ACL) Tear Update and Considering the Future

Can regenerative therapy treat canine partial cruciate injuries? When I have an option to chose between surgery or regenerative therapy, I am always willing to consider regenerative therapy first. Platelet-rich plasma treatment is what we decided to try to treat Cookie’s partial CCL tears. Our experience A long time has passed since Cookie’s treatment. It is time to review how…

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Veterinary Highlights: Regenerative Medicine For Treatment Of Urinary Incontinence Study

American Kennel Club’s Canine Health Foundation has listed a grant for research of treatment of urinary incontinence with multipotent muscle cells. Having our own direct experience with regenerative medicine, such research is always very exciting to me. Urinary incontinence affects more than 20% of spayed female dogs. It is typically caused by dysfunction of the muscles controlling the urethral sphincter.…

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