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Why Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem Cell Therapy

Stemlogix, a company focused on bringing regenerative medicine technology to veterinarians, has developed a cellular therapy to treat arthritis and joint injuries in dogs that is derived from their own fat tissue.

Working with Stemlogix, our clinic is now able to provide highly viable & affordable same-day stem cell therapy to your pet. Our clinic has integrated a stem cell laboratory and can produce stem cells on-site allowing patients to receive the most potent & viable stem cell therapy possible. Regenerative stem cells have a limited lifespan outside of the body. We are able to extract fat tissue, isolate the stem cells and deliver them back to patients within 90 minutes. This quick turnaround maintains the highest cell viability and functionality which gives patients the best chance for clinical improvement.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cells are delivered to an area of damaged tissue where they stimulate regeneration and aid in repair of the damaged tissue.

Is Stem Cell Therapy Safe?

Yes. The stem cells are taken from and returned back to the same animal so there is no risk of rejection or reaction. Although minimal, there is a chance of post-treatment inflammation which can occur when injecting any substance into a joint.

How Will Stem Cell Therapy Help My Pet?

Stem cell therapy will provide long-term anti-inflammatory effects, slow the progression of cartilage degeneration and initiate healing of the damaged tissue.

Stem Cell Therapy Will…

  • 1. Decrease Pain
  • 2. Increase Range of Motion
  • 3. Decrease Inflammation
  • 4. Improve Quality of Life
  • Often you will be able to reduce or eliminate the NSAID’s that your pet may be taking during this period.

    What Happens During the Stem Cell Therapy Procedure?

    Your pet will undergo a simple surgical procedure to obtain a fat tissue sample either from the shoulder area or from the abdomen. The tissue sample will be processed in under two hours directly on-site at the veterinary clinic to obtain highly viable & potent regenerative stem cells. The stem cells are then delivered back to your pet at the injury site and/or with an intravenous (IV) infusion.

    How Long Does the Procedure Take?

    The fat tissue extraction, stem cell isolation and delivery of stem cells back to the patient can be done in less than two hours. Your veterinarian may recommend additional recovery time at the clinic.

    How Soon Will I See the Results?

    Stem cell therapy will give your pet pain relief as soon as a few days to a few weeks after the injection with further improvement as healing progresses.

    How Long Do the Results Last?

    There is patient variability in how long the results last but you may see the results last from 1 year to 5 years.

    Why Stem Cells From Fat Tissue?

    Fat tissue is one of the body’s richest sources of stem cells. These cells are capable of differentiating into a variety of tissue types such as tendon, ligament, bone, cartilage, cardiac and others.

    What is the Difference between Adult Stem Cells & Embryonic Stem Cells?

    Stem cells are precursor cells that have the potential to develop into a variety of specialized cell types. Most people may equate this technology with the controversial use of embryonic stem cells. But this new technology uses adult stem cells derived from the fat of the pet which is the body’s richest source of stem cells in both animals and humans. Since they are the pet’s own cells, there is no ethical debate and there is almost no risk of rejection or reaction.

    You can find additional information at www.stemlogix.com.

    Click here to see the amazing Before & After results of stem cell therapy!




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    Harness the Body’s Healing Power with Stem Cell Therapy!

    More than 15 million dogs in North America suffer some form of degenerative joint disease, better known as arthritis. Some dogs may receive daily doses of pain relievers and oral joint care supplements. Still others might find their way to physical therapy or rehabilitation. But for some, any or all of these options are not enough to relieve the pain. But a potentially helpful treatment is stem cell therapy. Stemlogix, a company focused on bringing regenerative medicine technology to veterinarians, has developed a cellular therapy to treat arthritis and joint injuries in dogs that is derived from their own fat tissue.

    Stem cells are precursor cells that have the potential to develop into a variety of specialized cell types. Most people may equate this technology with the controversial use of embryonic stem cells. But this new technology uses adult stem cells derived from the fat of the pet which is the body’s richest source of stem cells in both animals and humans. Since they are the pet’s own cells, there is no ethical debate and there is almost no risk of rejection or reaction.

    Working with Stemlogix, our clinic is now able to provide highly viable & affordable same-day stem cell therapy to your pet. Our clinic has integrated a stem cell laboratory and can produce stem cells on-site allowing patients to receive the most potent & viable stem cell therapy possible. Regenerative stem cells have a limited lifespan outside of the body. We are able to extract fat tissue, isolate the stem cells and deliver them back to patients within 90 minutes. This quick turnaround maintains the highest cell viability and functionality which gives patients the best chance for clinical improvement. Stemlogix stem cell therapy can relieve pain, increase range of motion in joints and improve the quality of life in pets suffering from the following conditions: Arthritis, Joint Pain, Cartilage Damage, Tendon & Ligament Damage and Hip Dysplasia.

    Often your pet will have renewed energy, less pain and increased mobility! Talk to your veterinarian about gradually reintroducing activity in order to prevent aggravating the condition.

    Stem cells are delivered to an area of damaged tissue where they stimulate regeneration and aid in repair of the damaged tissue. In addition, the stem cells have the ability to differentiate into many different cell types such as tendon, bone, ligament and cartilage, which may further help in the repair of damaged tissue. The main goals of stem cell therapy are to provide long-term anti-inflammatory effects, slow the progression of cartilage degeneration and initiate healing of the damaged tissue. This provides pain relief within a few days to a few weeks after the injection with further improvement as healing progresses.

    What to Expect?

    Your pet will undergo a simple surgical procedure to obtain a fat tissue sample either from the shoulder area or from the abdomen. The tissue sample will be processed in under two hours directly on-site at the veterinary clinic to obtain highly viable & potent regenerative stem cells. The stem cells are then delivered back to your pet at the injury site and/or with an intravenous (IV) infusion.