Regenerative stem cell therapy is one of the latest treatments to be shown effective for helping the body to restore, repair and regenerate damaged tissue in pets. In veterinary medicine, this therapy is primarily used to treat arthritic animals, and for those with tendon and ligament injuries. Recent studies report that more than 80% of dogs with arthritis who are treated with regenerative stem cell therapy show improved quality of life.
We began our stem cell program at Animal General of Cranberry in 2008 and have since helped hundreds of pets with this procedure. The future is bright that many other conditions can be treated successfully with stem cell therapy.
While there are very few side effects from this treatment, pets may need to be anesthetized for the injection, depending upon the location of the affected area.
To learn more about regenerative stem cell therapy and if it’s right for your pet, schedule a consultation by calling (724) 776-7930.