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Category Archives: Pet Stem Cell Therapy

Dr. Nazareth's Experience with Veterinary Stem Cells – Video

Posted: November 1, 2012 at 8:56 pm

Dr. Nazareth's Experience with Veterinary Stem Cells Watch veterinarian Dr. Darrell Nazareth discuss the advantages of animal stem cell treatment provided by StemLogix. The cutting-edge technology developed by Stemlogix helps treat injured or aging animals in the quickest and most affordable way possible. Dr. Nazareth explains the key differences between StemLogix and other veterinary applications of animal stem cell therapy, such as the expedited service StemLogix administers. Dr. Nazareth illustrates the efficiency of the StemLogix system comparing the cost and time using an off-site laboratory, as opposed to the in-house delivery of viable pet stem cells in just one procedure. To learn more about pet stem cell therapy and its many applications including pet arthritis, visit: StemLogix LLC Telephone: 954.260.7118 1640 Sweetgum Terrace Weston, Florida 33327 Email: info@stemlogix.comFrom:StemLogixLLCViews:106 0ratingsTime:05:49More inPets Animals Continued here: Dr. Nazareth's Experience with Veterinary Stem Cells - Video … Continue reading

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StemLogix: Revolutionary Animal Stem Cell Therapy – Video

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StemLogix: Revolutionary Animal Stem Cell Therapy StemLogix, developer of the pioneering in-clinic animal stem cell therapy solutions, exceeds the standard for delivery and application of veterinary regenerative medicine. Watch veterinarians Dr. Dennis Vrooman, Dr. David Laurence, and Dr. Sean Back of Beach Pet Hospital discuss how StemLogix's revolutionary new method of stem cell treatments for suffering animals and pets. The veterinarians of Beach Pet Hospital reveal and demonstrate the process and application of veterinary stem cell treatments for dogs, cats, and horses, highlighting the efficiency and cost effectiveness of utilizing in-house laboratory techniques. StemLogix trains veterinarians how to create viable doses of pet stem cells on location and supplies all necessary equipment for successful stem cell extraction. From harvesting, cultivating, then reintroducing animal stem cells occurs within one veterinary procedure, saving time, money, and preventing undue stress for both patient and owner. Therapeutic veterinary stem cell can be used in a great number of applications such as arthritis, joint problems or disease, ligament damage, and elbow or hip dysplasia in animals and pets. StemLogix offers a safe and natural option to relieving pain and mobility issues within pets as opposed to medication and supplements. To learn more about animal and … Continue reading

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Stem cells revolutionizing veterinary medicine

Posted: September 26, 2012 at 1:12 am

(WGBA/NBC) - It is a story that gives hope to pet owners all over the country stem cell therapy for animals suffering from problems like arthritis or hip displaysia. Stem cells are taken out of the dog's fatty tissue are harvested then injected into problem areas leaving the dogs completely healed. "We couldn't take him on walks, he just laid around a lot," said Keith Nosowiak, Deniro's owner. "We'd hear whimpering overnight, she'd take a few steps and she would sit down," said Luther Kortbein, Shadow's owner. Until two months ago, Deniro suffered from severe arthritis, Shadow from hip displaysia. Deniro's owner thought he may even have to put his German shepherd down. "We felt we had a decision to make with his quality of life and being in pain we didn't want him to be in pain," Noskowiak said. Shadow's owner was willing to try anything to cure her. "Whatever the cost needed to get this done we were willing to do," Kortbein said. Then Packerland Veterinary Center offered them stem cell therapy by using the dogs own stem cells and then injecting them back into the bloodstream joints. See more here: Stem cells revolutionizing veterinary medicine … Continue reading

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Stem Cell Treatment Helps Pets with Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia

Posted: May 2, 2012 at 2:16 pm

Sanford, FL (PRWEB) May 01, 2012 Veterinarians at Val-U-Vet are performing adipose stem cell therapy on dogs and cats suffering from arthritis, hip dysplasia and more. After treatment, severely arthritic pets experience substantial decrease in pain, and have significantly increased mobility. These are not the controversial embryonic stem cells of the past. Adipose stem cells are harvested from a pets own fat tissue. According to MediVet, the patented technology provider, adipose stem cell treatment can actually reverse some degenerative diseases previously thought to be incurable. The documented before and after video footage of the patients is quite compelling. All animals have billions of dormant stem cells in their bodies. Adipose tissue (fat) has the highest concentration of dormant stem cells. The treatment begins with the vet surgically removing a small amount of fat from the patient. The fat is then processed on-site with MediVets LED technology to awaken the hibernating stem cells. The activated stem cells are injected back into the patient by the millions, where they go to work like heat-seeking missiles, repairing tissue. The stem cells also have an anti-inflammatory effect, which reduces the pets pain almost immediately stated Brandon Godwin, Marketing Director for Val-U-Vet. Within 30 days … Continue reading

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Dr. John Simon Is First Michigan Veterinarian Trained in FSM for Pet Nerve Pain

Posted: April 8, 2012 at 6:10 pm

ROYAL OAK, MI--(Marketwire -04/08/12)- Royal Oak veterinarian Dr. John Simon, owner and Director of the Woodside Animal Clinic in Michigan, is proud to announce that he is offering Frequency Specific Microcurrent (FSM) for treating nerve and muscle pain as well as bone, ligament, tendon and cartilage problems in companion animals. According to the veterinarian, he is excited to add one more holistic therapy to his extensive tool chest of alternative modalities. Dr. Simon is the first small animal veterinarian in Michigan to become trained in the form of therapy known as Frequency Specific Micro-current. The holistic veterinarian also offers acupuncture, chiropractic, Bioresonance Therapy, Bio-Oxidative Therapy, and essential oil therapy to name a few of his holistic services. FSM is a relatively new form of therapy that treats many painful animal disorders. FSM is a painless therapy that utilizes a very minute electric current of a very specific frequency. Dr. Simon's FSM training came in the form of over 30 hours of lecture and hands on experience. According to the Royal Oak veterinarian, he plans on getting further training in FSM by taking an advanced course. FSM is used primarily for problems of pain and inflammation, but also helps to modulate … Continue reading

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Bioheart Labs and Stemlogix Veterinary Products Featured in Media

Posted: March 23, 2012 at 9:51 am

SUNRISE, Fla., March 22, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bioheart, Inc. (OTCBB:BHRT.OB - News), a company focused on developing stem cell therapies for heart disease, previously announced that they entered into an agreement with Stemlogix, LLC, a veterinary regenerative medicine company, to provide additional cellular products and services to the veterinary market. Under this agreement, the companies are offering stem cell banking for veterinary patients (pets). WPLG, channel 10 featured this exciting technology in a news segment which aired in the South Florida area. A small sample of tissue can be obtained from the animals during a routine procedure such as a spay or neuter. The stem cells are isolated and cryopreserved for future use as needed. "We are excited to bring our expertise in stem cell therapy to the veterinary community," said Mike Tomas, Bioheart's President and CEO. "Stem cell therapies represent new opportunities for various types of patients and the ability to bank a pet's cells when they are young and healthy could be very valuable for future use." WPLG, Channel 10 in Miami/South Florida featured this new technology in a news segment which aired March 15, 2012. Please see the link below: About Bioheart, Inc. Bioheart is … Continue reading

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Ocala Veterinarian Announces Free Online Veterinary Resources

Posted: March 18, 2012 at 7:19 pm

OCALA, FL--(Marketwire -03/18/12)- Town & Country Animal Hospital announced that the veterinary practice has launched a new website with veterinary care resources for pet owners. The website,, is designed to make it easy for pet owners to find accurate, reliable answers to their animal care questions. The veterinary hospital provides comprehensive pet care services, including pet wellness, spay neuter operations, and advanced treatments including orthopedic surgery, veterinary dermatology and pet stem cell therapy. Pet owners can learn more about these procedures, as well as general pet care tips, by visiting the new website. Ocala pet owners have a new, free veterinary resource for answering their pet care questions. Dr. Kelly Culbertson, a veterinarian with Town & Country Animal Hospital, stated, "The new website is packed with up-to-date information on the latest veterinary care procedures, and designed to answer all kinds of pet care questions. Additionally, pet owners can get to know our wonderful staff, visit pet portals for information on their pet's healthcare, and order from our online store." Dr. Culbertson, along with Ocala veterinarians Dr. Pam Neiser, Dr. Leah Smith, Dr. Derek Parkin and Dr. Sarah Quigley, are part of the veterinary hospital care team that has been … Continue reading

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On the leading edge

Posted: February 23, 2012 at 8:52 am

PETS are complex creatures that deserve the same special care and attention as their human friends. Contemporary pet care takes this approach by offering many of the same thorough treatments available to humans. Leading the way is Forbes Street Vet Clinic, which has recently relocated to a new and larger purpose-built practice. Owners Dr Lorraine Vella and Dr Bob Clippingdale said the new facilities would allow them to bring the best services to their clients. ''The end result is happier staff members, pets and owners,’’ Dr Vella said. One of the interesting and valuable features of the new premises is the separate surgery and prep area and cat and dog wards that promote the happiness of pets. ''The animals are much calmer with their own space,’’ Dr Vella said. ''Their mental health is very important to us.’’ There are also twice as many consultation rooms as before, which allows for easier access to vets. Another fantastic feature is the extensive off-street parking. Forbes Street Vet Clinic takes an innovative approach to pet care and extends it services beyond the essentials. Behavioura l consults allow clients to work with the vet to find long-term solutions. ''We treat behavioural issues like spraying … Continue reading

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Reuben Before and after Stem Cell Therapy – Video

Posted: February 21, 2012 at 8:30 am

30-12-2011 14:47 Best friend breakthrough: Stem-cell therapy Candice Williams / The Detroit News Michigan's 1st In-Clinic Pet Stem Cell Therapist, John SimonRoyal Oak— Reuben, a 9-year-old English springer spaniel, entered the Woodside Animal Clinic on Wednesday suffering from hip dysplasia and arthritis that limited his mobility. A few hours later, the dog walked out on his own, ready to recuperate at home, thanks to a cutting-edge treatment that involves harvesting and reinjecting the dog's own stem cells. Dr. John Simon said Woodside is the first clinic in Michigan to perform the in-house adult stem cell therapy, which involves harvesting and injecting an animal's stem cells the same day. There are veterinarians in the state who provide a similar service but send the cells to an outside lab for harvesting. "I've been practicing for 40 years, and I've never seen any breakthrough of this size before," Simon said of in-house cell harvesting. "What it will be allowing veterinarians to do is rehabilitate damage to the joints, joints that have been degenerative because of age and because of trauma. It allows older animals to actually live longer because they'll be able to get up and move around." Reuben's therapy began with light … Continue reading

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New Frontiers in Basic Science – NEWS TIPS

Posted: February 2, 2012 at 7:05 am

Embargoed for: 8 a.m. CT/9 a.m. ET, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012 NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 1, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Regardless of presentation date and time, all four abstracts will have the same embargo release at 8 a.m. CT, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012. For more information Feb. 1-3, call the ASA News Media Staff Office at the New Orleans Convention Center at (504) 670-6010. Before or after these dates, call Communications in Dallas at (214) 706-1396. For public inquiries call (800) AHA-USA1 (242-8721). Abstract 3962 Animal study shows endothelial progenitor cells enhance motor function after stroke A new study found that rats, post-stroke, which were treated with endothelial progenitor cells had better functional outcomes than those left untreated. Endothelial progenitor cells (EPC) are produced in the bone marrow. They are "starter" cells for forming blood vessels. Higher levels of EPCs in the blood stream are associated with fewer heart attacks. In 34 male rats, researchers established baseline motor performance using a single pellet-reaching task. The animals were then divided into four groups: stroke alone, stroke plus EPC; sham plus EPC; and sham alone. Stroke was induced by delivering Endothelin-1 onto the middle cerebral artery contralateral to the preferred paw. One, three … Continue reading

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