Regenerative veterinary medicine

From Zero To Sixty In Four Days: Stem Cells At Work

After the very rough weekend, this morning, when Jasmine first got up she did that without difficulty. She then went out and came back looking very good. After the recent roller coaster, however, we were reluctant to believe what we were seeing. We arrived at the vet’s office bright an early. He came out to meet us, expecting to see…

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The Day Of The Treatment

Friday was the big day of the stem cell treatment. We have high hopes that it will fix Jasmine right up. Her lameness seemed controlled reasonably well with the pain management we were using. Reasonably well meaning Jasmine moving without visible problems during the day, and only showing a various degree of lameness at night. Of course, she’d still want…

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Canine Hip Dysplasia and Prolotherapy: From The Case Files—Hunter’s Hip Dysplasia Was Nearly A Death Sentence

Canine Hip Dysplasia and Prolotherapy: From The Case Files—Hunter’s Hip Dysplasia Was Nearly A Death Sentence

Sometimes you hear a word so often that it loses its meaning. Hip dysplasia is a common orthopedic issue in dogs. That doesn’t mean that it cannot be debilitating. There are still dogs who are euthanized because of the severe effects of hip dysplasia. Thank you, Dr. Mark D Newkirk, for sharing Hunter’s story. Hunter’s story Hunter, a one-year-old yellow…

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