Regenerative Medicine / Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy

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Is your dog suffering from, Osteoarthritis, Joint Stiffness/Reduced Mobility, Soft Tissue Injuries, Wounds, Partial Tendon or Ligament injuries?


Did you know, with our help, your pet could heal themselves with Regenerative Medicine (Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy)?

Why Regenerative Medicine (Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy)?

  • It’s 100% NATURAL, its made from your dog’s own blood.
  • No risk of treatment being rejected
  • Clinically demonstrated to be effective
  • Convenient – Prepared in under 30 minutes
  • Usually, only one treatment is required

Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy Under a Microscope

What Conditions Can Regenerative Medicine Help Treat?

Regenerative Medicine can help treat injuries to; soft tissue, tendons, ligaments, muscles, joint injuries, complex fractures, delayed bone healing; and degenerative joint disease of the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and leg.

How Does It Work?

We use the MOST ADVANCED proprietary processing system that utilizes your dog’s own blood to produce a therapeutic solution of highly concentrated cells, platelets, growth factors, and anti-inflammatory proteins that may help your pet heal themselves without the need for surgery or long term pain medications that could have undesirable side effects.

Step 1

A blood sample is withdrawn from your pet.

Step 2

Your pet’s blood is spun down in our proprietary centrifuge separating the red blood cells, and white blood cells, while isolating the platelet-rich portion of the plasma.

Step 3

Your pet’s blood plasma is then processed a second time in our proprietary centrifuge that provides further concentration.

Step 4

After about 20-30 minutes of processing your pets blood sample, a therapeutic solution is produced which can be injected into the injured areas of your pet’s body, to help promote natural self-healing.*

*Some pets may need to be sedated for their comfort during treatment.

The risks associated with these injections are very low as it is a product of the patient’s own blood.