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Animal Stem Cell Therapy in Rehoboth, Ma


Stem Cell Therapy

MediVet's advanced stem cell therapy uses your pet's own fat to retrieve stem cells for treatment. This is called Autologous Therapy–when the stem cells come from your own body's tissues. There are no ethical or moral concerns with the use of stem cells from one's own body as these cells are adult and not embryonic. With MediVet's advancement in technology we are merely utilizing the body's own regenerative capabilities with our proprietary treatment.

Stem cells are powerful healing cells in your pet's body that can become other types of cells. There are many adult stem cells in fat tissue, however they are asleep. MediVet's Stem Cell therapy allows your vet to isolate stem cells from your animal's own (autologous) fat tissue, wake them up, and reintroduce them directly into damaged areas. For example, in the case of arthritis, stem cells can become new cartilage cells and have natural anti-inflammatory properties thus reducing pain and increasing mobility.
 
For the most advanced care possible, turn to Abbott Animal Hospital in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, our facility offers animal stem cell therapy, the next generation of veterinary care. We have more than 100 successful treatments.
 
Looking into microscope - Dog in Rehoboth, MA
 
Laboratory equipment - Dog in Rehoboth, MA
 
 
Stem cell therapy is a new, advanced therapy for arthritis, and it is FDA-approved for dogs and cats. There are no side effects or risks involved. This procedure increases life longevity of our animals without depending on medications that cause side effects, including liver and kidney disease. It doesn't require blood, liver, or kidney value monitoring. And, Dr. Ashraf Gomaa is the first veterinarian to offer stem cell therapy in our area since 2013.

Meet our first stem cell patient, Bubba Cook

 
Contact us in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, to learn more about animal stem cell therapy.