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Broad Applications, One Solution

Applications and uses for regenerative medicine are rapidly growing and evolving. Strides are made almost daily. RegenVET’s research and development team is continuously testing the newest products and developments in the industry to meet the demands of veterinarians and the needs of their patients.

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Canine

These are some of the most common canine conditions that can be treated with regenerative medicine.  Researching is expanding in multiple areas from Osteochondritis Dissecans to Kidney Disease to Diabetes.

 

    • Osteoarthritis / DJD

    • Post-operative 

      • Joints

      • Orthopedic 

      • Soft Tissue

    • Post traumatic injuries

      • Fractures

      • Wounds

      • Other soft tissue

    • Non-recovery cases

      • Chronic wounds

    • Tendon & Ligament 

      • Calcanean tendon 

      • Biceps tendonitis 

      • Cruciate tears

    • Cartilage repair

    • Muscle damage or ruptures 

    • Disc Disease / Spinal Cord Injury

    • Superficial Keratitis

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FELINE

Here are some unique feline conditions that are being treated with regenerative therapies.  Many of the above canine treatments would apply to feline applications:

  • Osteochondritis Dissecans
  • Gingivitis
  • Periodontal Disease
  • Feline Stomatitis​
  • Synovitis 

  • Capsulitis

  • Corneal Ulcers

  • Hematological Disorders (Feline Leukemia Virus)

  • Organ Support – (Heart, Pancreas)

  • Kidney Disease / Urinary Incontinence 

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EQUINE

The use of regenerative therapies in the equine medicine has been well documented.  Here are some unique applications for equine use.  Contact RegenVET for more conditions and research pertaining to regenerative therapies in equine use:

  • Hock Degenerative Joint Disease

  • Sacroiliac 

  • Suspensory Ligament 

  • Tendon Injuries 

  • Damaged Cartilage

  • Non-Healing Wounds

  • Periostitis 

  • Stress Fractures

  • Corneal Ulcers