Stem Cell Therapy for Orthopedic Injuries

Dr. Ross Rich shares his experience treating equine orthopedic injuries with stem cells.

Stem cells offer a new and seemingly futuristic way to treat equine injuries. In this webcast Ross Rich, DVM, PA-C, shares his eight years of experience and results using adipose (fat)-derived stem cells to treat orthopedic injuries in horses.

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About the Experts

Bob Harman, DVM, MPVM

Bob Harman, DVM, MPVM, is the founder and CEO of Vet-Stem, Inc., the first U.S.-based commercial veterinary stem cell company. In his role with the company, he is principal clinical development director of programs to bring stem-cell therapy to veterinary medicine. He’s been a frequent speaker at conferences in North America, Central America, Europe, and the Middle East. He has authored seven peer-reviewed publications on stem cell therapy.

Ross Rich, DVM, PA-C

Ross Rich, DVM, PA-C, is the owner of Cave Creek Equine Hospital in Phoenix, Ariz., where he specializes in equine lameness, orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, performance problems, diagnostic imaging, regenerative medicine, and respiratory problems. He’s used stem-cell therapy to treat orthopedic issues in horses since 2004.