Stem Cell therapy for dogs - now available in NZ
AdiCell for your dog's joint pain - Treating arthritis with your dog’s own healing cells
Pet Doctors is excited to announce that in partnership with Regeneus Australia, we are now performing the exciting new AdiCell™ treatment. AdiCell™ can offer hope for an improved quality of life to the thousands of New Zealand dogs affected by degenerative joint disease.
AdiCell™ is an advanced yet simple treatment for your dog's osteoarthritis. It uses your dog’s own fat cells to heal an arthritic joint, such as a hip or knee. It is a safe procedure that puts to work your pet’s natural regeneration system. Think of these cells as your dog's own emergency repair kit.
To date results have been excellent and the improvement in mobility is significant. AdiCell-treated dogs are healthier and lead more active lives without drugs.
See some pet owner testimonials.....
Regeneus/Adicell are happy to confirm recruitment for the Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) clinical trial into human knee osteoarthritis will begin in February 2011.
The set up of the trial took somewhat longer than anticipated. This has occurred to ensure the trial will be conducted according to ethical, government and regulatory standards.
See next steps for the RNSH osteoarthritis trial
TO FIND OUT MORE:
To find out more about the treatment, visit the Adicell website.
You can also watch a real life example of Adicell treatment on YouTube, or view this Australian TV news item.
- Arthritis facts
- Adicell research
- Adicell facts and benefits
- The Adicell procedure
- Adicell results
TO MAKE AN ENQUIRY OR BOOKING:
Pet Doctors is now providing the AdiCell™ treatment at our treatment centre in Henderson, Auckland. In future, we will be offering the AdiCell™ treatment from accredited veterinary clinics around New Zealand.
The first step is to carry out an assessment of your dog, to see whether they would benefit from AdiCell™ treatment. The procedure itself takes just a few hours.
For bookings and enquiries, email us or phone the Henderson clinic on 09 838 0735,