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Cell Therapy for your Patients?

When more traditional treatments are no longer enough

 

Autologous stem cell therapies delivered to your clinic

Our cutting-edge cell culture technology allows us to provide case-by-case, tailor-made treatments for you to administer in your clinic. Personalised medicine for every patient.

Autologous stem cell injections can be used for degenerative joint disease and soft tissue injuries, in patients that have failed to respond adequately to more conventional standard of care treatments - or where there is no surgical solution. 

A naturally occurring, living therapy, stem cells are the body’s own repair kit encouraging protection, repair and regeneration of damaged tissue. 

At Cell Therapy Sciences we prepare cultured adult stem cell therapies from a small sample of the animal’s own adipose tissue or bone marrow.

Stem cell therapies have been shown to improve clinical signs of canine OA, to promote healing in tendinopathies and to improve structural damage caused by the disease.


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Step by Step Guide and Logistics

Step by Step Guide
and Logistics

Procedures for Tissue Harvest and Stem Cell Injections

Procedures for Tissue Harvest and Stem Cell Injections

Case Selection  

Case Selection  

Published Evidence and Case Studies

Published Evidence and
Case Studies

  Platelet Therapy (PRP) VET-PRP and CTSL-PRP

 

Platelet Therapy (PRP)
VET-PRP and CTSL-PRP

CTSL Research and CPD

CTSL Research
and CPD

Harvest Sample Submission Form

If you need a spare copy of our submission form - or simply wish to review our requirements prior to your first tissue harvest - you can download a submission form here. If you need a repeat treatment for any of your patients, please download a Repeat Treatment Request form and send a completed form to us by email.

How do you obtain our cell therapy for your patients? 
Please see our Step-by-Step Guide and detailed procedures below.
To order a harvest collection kit or to discuss our full procedures and protocols, please call to speak with one of our team. Call us 02476 323 217 or 07939 587 953