The regenerative stem cell therapy is a rapidly growing field with its emphasis on using the patient’s own body hair as a resource to help repair and regenerate skin, hair, bones and many other bodily organs. This treatment has no known side effects and can be used on either dogs or cats, with no apparent harm to the animals. Stem cell treatments are currently available at veterinary clinics throughout the United States and Europe. The Stem Cell Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles is the only university with a fully operational stem cell laboratory.Feel free to find more information at QC Kinetix (Kansas City).
Hair loss occurs for many reasons, including improper care of your animals, illness or disease, and the natural degradation of hair follicles over time. In these cases, the body does not replace the cells that have been lost, so the hair falls out. Regenerative cell therapy uses the patient’s own hair as a resource to help generate new cells in a healthy area of the scalp. The adult stem cells are harvested from the patient’s own hair, put into a platter and then the adult cells are injected back into the bald areas of the scalp where the hair has stopped growing. Unlike other treatments, this one does not require a needle being inserted into the animal.
This therapy can be very effective with growing back not just a few strands of hair, but can even help to grow and restore a full head of hair. If you choose to use Stem Cells in Animals, be sure to use those carefully obtained from a trusted source and don’t try to save money by using hair that has been shaved off or is balding. Only those stem cells that come from a trusted source will be able to work properly and be successful.