STEM CELL THERAPY

(Collected from your Pet's own body fat - Adipose Tissue)

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If you answer 'yes' to one of the questions below we invite you to contact us to learn how we can help your 'best friend.'

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Stem Cell Therapy has been used successfully on many Dogs, Cats and Horses for the treatment of Osteo-Arthritis and bone and ligament injuries both here in Australia and abroad. This treatment is now an affordable way to treat animals suffering from a range of degenerative diseases.

 

Stem Cell Therapy, for appropriate  patients can be a very viable alternative to:

  • Some drugs for long term pain management for Arthritis (drug levels can be greatly reduced and in some cases can be eliminated)
  • Some Orthopaedic procedures
  • Surgical intervention for some cases of Ligament and Tendon damage in dogs and horses.

Stem Cell Therapy can also assist with Post Orthopaedic surgery to promote faster healing and tissue regeneration.

What are Stem Cells?

Unlike the stem cell therapy that has been used in human medicine for many years -  this new technology uses only adult cells harvested from the pet's own body. This means no embryonic cells are involved so no ethical or moral values are at stake. In addition to this, the new technology allows us to be able to harvest the cells and activate them through "state of the art" LED Light Technology.

 

Stem Cell therapy is just the body's own stem cells healing itself with a little help from modern technology by Medivet.

How are animals treated with Stem Cells?

The stem cells, which are to be later activated, are harvested by removing around 20 grams of fat from your pet's body, just behind the shoulder blade. This procedure is performed under general anaesthesia, taking only 20 minutes or so. Then your pet rests and recovers from the anaesthetic. Meanwhile we process the fatty tissue to harvest and activate the cells. This takes about two hours.

The whole procedure is conducted in our Clinic and in real time meaning your pet will be a 'day patient,' in and out in less than one day!

 

Is Stem Cell Therapy suitable for my pet?

This Stem Cell Therapy is suitable for but not limited to Arthritis, Hip Dysplasia, Cartilage Damage, Ligament Damage and damaged Tendons.

Stem cell therapy is not suitable for cancer patients or patients with active infections, or some patients with neurological deficits.

 

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CHAMPION LAKE VET CENTRE
121 Westfield Road
(corner Ypres Road)
Camillo, 6111
West Australia
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Ph: (08) 9390 7622

E: admin@championlakevet.com.au

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Monday to Friday – 8am to 7pm
Saturday – 8am to 2pm

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