Stem Cell Therapy

By May 15, 2017Our Blog

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Stem Cell therapy has been successfully used in humans for decades. With our specially trained staff and stem cell technology, your pets can now benefit from this astoundingly successful treatment option, too.

The Process


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1. Adipose tissue (fatty tissue) is collected from the anesthetized patient through a small incision

2. Adipose sample is processed in-clinic to activate the stem cells

3. Stem cells are harvested



Once the stem cells have been harvested, they can be injected into the site of concern, or administered intravenously to treat conditions that are widespread (such as allergies).

Our patient here, Ginger Lee, is receiving intravenous stem cell treatment. Ginger Lee is an 11-year-old Corgi suffering from spondylosis and arthritis.


The last step is for the patient to rest while receiving their treatment. We will follow up with a specially designed program of physical rehabilitation to maximize the likelihood of complete recovery.

Want to learn more about our stem cell therapy services? Visit our page on Stem Cell Therapy, or contact us via phone or email and we will be happy to answer your questions.

Location Hours

M-F: 7:30am - 6:00pm Sat: 8:30am - 3:00pm Closed Sundays and on all Statutory Holidays

Saturday December 23rd 8:30am – 12:00pm
Monday December 25th Closed
Saturday December 30th 8:0am-12:00pm
Monday January 1st Closed