Meadowlands Veterinary Hospital Introduces Cutting Edge Regenerative Medicine Techniques

Meadowlands Veterinary Hospital
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Meadowlands Veterinary Hospital was established in 2017 to provide exceptional veterinary medical care to pets, and their owners, in Hackensack, New Jersey, and the surrounding area. The Hospital provides a wide range of pet services, including vaccinations, puppy and kitten care, emergency and specialist services, pet dental care, allergy treatments, and more.

The hospital is adding new, cutting-edge, options to its catalog: stem cell therapy, platelet-rich plasma, and cryosurgery.

In veterinary medicine, stem cell therapy is used most often for degenerative disorders in pets and companion animals. Stem cells reduce inflammation, scar tissue, pain, and damage and can be used to treat almost any time of inflammatory condition, such as osteoarthritis.

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Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has been used on humans for a variety of orthopedic conditions, including tendon/ligament injuries, osteoarthritis, muscle injuries, meniscal tears, cartilage defects, fractures, total joint arthroplasties, and others.  In veterinary medicine, PRP has most often been reported for tendon/ligament injuries and osteoarthritis and can be used for several other conditions like ocular ulcers, nonhealing wounds, and skin grafts.

Cryosurgery is a non-invasive, “no cut” method for removing unwanted tissue from a patient. Cryosurgery is especially useful in managing benign, premalignant, and malignant lesions.

“Advances in veterinary medicine and surgery have been keeping close pace with those in human medicine and surgery. Over the last two decades medical technology and techniques have progressed rapidly,” … “And we’ve worked very hard to make the best, most current technologies and techniques available to treat our pets’ conditions.” – Dr. Jessica Silver, owner and administrator at MVH