• frequently-asked-questions

What is MSCell4Vet?

An innovative treatment using stem cells that gives hope to animals with joint damage, dysplasia, ligament rupture, fracture or degenerative disease. The team consisting of veterinary surgeons and researchers is proud to use stem cells in veterinary medicine.

 

What animal species can be subjected to MSCell4Vet stem cell injections?      

Target species are dog, cat and horse. This product must not be used in human therapy.

 

How much will the treatment cost?

Please contact the closest of the participating veterinary surgeons, and he/she will make a personalized cost calculation. The service includes extraction, storage, transport and transplantation of stem cells, as well as other additional veterinary treatment costs (such as anesthesia).

 

Will stem cell treatment help heal old injuries?

Improvement has been observed in chronic as well as early osteoarthritis cases. Early treatment may be optimal for tendon and ligament injuries. In the case of fractures, treatment is recommended within the first 60 days and may accelerate bone fusion.

 

 Has your pet a partially or fully torn ligament?

In case of complete ligament tear, stem cell application may be recommended after surgery. Ligament tear greatly increases the probability of cartilage injury. In the case of a partial tear, however, it may be sufficient to inject stem cells directly to the affected area. The therapy may help restore the elasticity of the damaged tissue.

 

 Can hip dysplasia be cured with stem cells?

The osteoarthritis generally associated with hip dysplasia can also be treated with stem cell therapy.

 

 Is your dog limping on his front legs, and does he have difficulty moving around?

If the veterinary surgeon diagnosed elbow dysplasia, stem cells can be useful in regeneration of the joint.

 

 What is elbow dysplasia?

o   An inherited developmental disorder, incurable according to present knowledge

o   It primarily occurs in medium and large dogs

o   It develops at around 4–8 months of age

o   It leads to irreversible damage to the joints and osteoarthritis (cartilage wear, bone surface abrasion)

o   It causes pain and lameness

o   Treatments presently used by veterinarians: surgery, anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs, cartilage-fortifying supplements, physiotherapy

                          

 
 Would you like your pet to live a pain-free, full life?

New, innovative treatment option: treatment with tissue stem cells

1. May initiate regeneration of cartilage, tendon and bone tissue

2. May result in rapid improvement of the dog’s condition

3. A treatment without side effects