Veterinary Services

Regenerative Medicine in Longmont CO

Purevet PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma)

PRP or Platelet Rich Plasma is a convenient same day treatment that harnesses the healing abilities of the patient’s blood platelets. Veterinarians utilize the treatment in conjunction with common surgeries or as a part of treatment plans to combat injury and disease.

E.A.S.E the pain, the All-Natural way with Purevet PRP treatment
Effective – Platelets provide the body with many healing and anti-inflammatory properties.
Affordable – A fraction of the cost of similar human procedures.
Safe – The procedure requires a simple blood draw and utilizes no drugs!
Efficient-PRP can be added to your pet’s OA maintenance plan at the time of surgery. BEST PART -it’s all a simple, same-day procedure!

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How does it work?

Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a trending topic in human sports orthopedic medicine, often used to treat sports injuries. Ardent’s Platelet Rich Plasma Kit, or PureVet PRP, is a breakthrough product for pets utilizing blood plasma with concentrated platelets that, once activated, accelerate the healing properties of the isolated growth factors at a fraction of the cost of traditional human treatments.

Platelets that are found in whole blood contain many healing growth factors and bioactive proteins. These bioactive proteins can initiate tissue healing and assist with inflammation. The treatment also offers an
affordable all-natural alternative to drugs and steroids.

Once a small blood sample is obtained from your pet and processed, the healing injection is administered by your certified veterinarian in under an hour.

How does PRP benefit your pet?

PRP can be introduced in or around an injured joint, tendon, or used in its gel form to treat large burns or wounds.

Platelet-Rich Plasma, or PRP, is blood plasma that contains concentrated amounts of platelets and growth factors. PRP is a non-surgical and advanced means of providing high doses of the body’s own healing factors directly to the area where they are needed. PRP can be used to aid in the treatment of many ailments as seen to the right.

PUREVET PRP can be introduced topically in or around an injured joint, or tendon, or used in its gel form to treat large burns or wounds. PUREVET PRP is not limited to acute injuries, it can also be used for chronic conditions.

Why Choose PRP Therapy?

Ardent’s Platelet Rich Plasma Kit, or PRP, is a breakthrough product for pets utilizing blood plasma with concentrated platelets that once activated accelerate the healing properties of the isolated growth factors at a fraction of the cost of traditional human treatments.

Stem Cell Therapy

Actiste Therapy is a breakthrough technology that allows veterinarians to utilize the patient’s own stem cells to treat their condition. Stem Cells are harvested from fat, processed on-site, and administered to the patient all in one day. Leftover cells can be sent over for cryostorage for convenient treatments in the future.

20 gram processing: $2,100
40 gram processing: $2,400

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What happens to my pet when they come in for Actistem Therapy?

First, your vet will put your pet under general anesthetic. Then, he/she will make a small incision and collect 2-4 tablespoons of fat (either in the belly or behind the shoulder blades). Then a trained technician will process the sample right in the clinic. The sample is activated and then introduced to the patient. The patient can then go home the same day.

Is my pet a candidate?

Schedule a consultation with your veterinarian to nd out if your pet is a candidate. The most common applications for Actistem Therapy are Arthritis, Hip Dysplasia, Joint Disease, Ligament Injuries, and more!

Contact us to find out if your pet is a candidate! (303) 651-7322

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Stem Cell Banking for Pets

Congratulations on choosing Actistem Therapy for your pet! In many cases, more than enough cells will be collected for the initial treatment. Your Veterinarian partners with Ardent Animal Health who provides banking options for your pet’s stem cells. The different options are listed below, along with some frequently asked questions.

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Why bank your pet's stem cells?

With Ardent’s Bank Now Save Later Program, you can ensure that your pet receives the most advanced care available when it’s needed. By banking your pets cells today, you will be able to take advantage or current treatments and the endless possibilities of Actistem Therapy in the Future.

What's the value of banking?

Performed in conjunction with a spay/neuter, collecting your pet’s cells early will:

  • Maximize the dosage & effectiveness
  • Reduce complications associated
    with anesthesia
  • Increase cell yields

Most dogs &cats suffer from diseases & ailments later in life…

  • Arthritis (25-30%)
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Joint cartilage damage
  • Ligament damage
  • Tendon damage
How long can the stem cells be banked?

Through Ardent Animal Health’s state-of-the-art cyro-storage facility, your pet’s stem cells can be stored for the life of your pet.

Can my pet's stem cells be used for another pet?

Your veterinarian utilizes ActistemTherapy, which is an autologous therapy. This means the cells from your pet back to your pet. Unfortunately, these cells cannot be used for another pet.

What happens if my pet starts having trouble again?

We typically see about 1-4 years of relief after the initial treatment. Most pet owners choose to bank cells, so retreatment is easy. Ardent Animal Health has a banking facility in Kentucky. If symptoms return, your vet merelv requests a dose of cells from the bank, and re-introduces the cells. No surgery is necessary.

Who do I pay for my pet's stem cell storage?

In most scenarios, banking fees are paid directly to Ardent Animal Health.

If you have any questions about stem cell banking, email or call 1.800.365.9168.

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K-9 ACV stands for the canine autologous cancer vaccine. This cancer vaccine is customized for your pet and can be incorporated into your pet’s cancer treatment plan. This vaccine can be used to improve the length and quality of life of your pet with cancer. A surgical procedure will be performed to remove your pet’s tumor, which is then sent to the Ardent lab to be processed into the vaccine. The lab sends us the personalized vaccine, which we administer to your pet on a monthly basis.

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Please do not hesitate to ask us about this exciting phase of regenerative medicine available for our pets!