Making History at CFVHAugust 17, 2015
Local Media Shines Spotlight on CFVH!
Chase Farm Veterinary Hospital, in partnership with MediVet Biologics, is excited to bring Stem Cell Therapy to Dartmouth, MA!
What is Stem Cell Therapy?
The Stem Cell Therapy Procedure allows veterinarians to isolate stem cells, or repair cells, from your animal’s own fat tissue, activate them, and re-inject them directly into the damaged areas all in one visit. This procedure provides healthier joint-environment’s by producing anti-inflammatory effects, which promote cartilage and other tissue regeneration.
Why Stem Cell Therapy?
Stem Cell Therapy is a great alternative to drugs and surgery, as it is an all-natural approach to healing. This helps your pet to avoid the complexities of adverse reactions and side-effects. Due to its advantages of both safety and affordability, it’s non-invasiveness, and the fact that it’s drug-free, Stem Cell Therapy by MediVet Biologics is the most logical cell therapy choice for the treatment of the following:
- Degenerative Joint Disease
- Hip Dysplasia
- Tendon, Ligament, and Bone Injuries
Lilly & Angus: CFVH Pooch Pioneers!
CFVH invites you to follow the story of two very special canines, Lilly and Angus.
Lilly is a sweet, 10 year old German Shepard owned by Sara Farias of Westport. She suffers from painful Hip Dysplasia. Angus, pictured at left, is a 7 year old Black Lab owned by Elizabeth and Vern Mace, also of Westport. This friendly boy suffers from arthritis.
Lilly & Angus were the very first dogs to pioneer the new Stem Cell Therapy Procedure at Chase Farm Veterinary Hospital. On the day of their procedure’s, Dr. Jean Pitcairn led the surgical crew, and Trey Smith of MediVet Biologics was present to help communicate with the media about this groundbreaking procedure.
Included below is our feature news article, written by Steve Urbon of the Standard Times. We have also included a video link to our segment on Channel 7 News. We urge you to continue following the story of Lilly and Angus as we continue to follow their progress toward improving their daily quality of life!
Additional Resources provided by MediVet Biologics
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