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ADVICE FROM THE VET HOW DOES LIPOGEMS


EQUINE WORK? The simplest description for the non- scientific mind is that the process of the treatment replicates what would naturally happen in an injury situation. Adipose tissue (fat) is collected using liposuction from around the tailhead under standing sedation. The tissue is micro-fragmented in the Lipogems canister, triggering the horses own damage response mechanism, washed in saline solution and collected through a filter in a syringe, which is then injected into the injury site. The procedure takes under an hour and can be done stable-side. Rehabilitation usually follows a period of box rest followed by fitness work. For more in-depth scientific explanations visit the Lipogems Equine website.


WHY CHOOSE LIPOGEMS EQUINE OVER OTHER


case return to full competitive fitness from high goal polo ponies, national hunt horses and 4* eventers. Common place lesions and tears to suspensory and check ligaments have traditionally not responded well to other treatments but Lipogems Equines ability to keep intact the important building blocks that activate the body’s own healing mechanism, means that Lipogems Equine is fast becoming a treatment of choice for horse owners and leading vets.


LIPOGEMS EQUINE


CAN BE USED FOR: • Tendon injuries with core lesions Desmitis (Inflammation of a ligament)


• Chronic desmitis (Chronic inflammation of a ligament)


• Soft tissue injuries to the stifle joint Synovitis (Inflammation of a synovial membrane)


• Early osteoarthritis (Degenerative joint disease)


• Deep lacerations & Non-healing wounds • Impinging dorsal spinous processes


ABOUT THE AUTHOR


AboutDRSimonWoods BVSCMRCVS Simon is a Lipogems Equine Consultant Vet and Senior Veterinary Surgeon and Partner at Lower House Equine Clinic in Shropshire. Simon graduated from The University of Liverpool in 2006 and went straight into a large equine practice for ten years. His main interests include equine lameness, poor performance and orthopaedic surgery. Simon is the assistant vet for the British Show Jumping team, and is also an FEI Vet. He works at many local British Eventing competitions which include international events.


Cutting Edge Regenerative Technology for Your Horse E: lucy_wilson@lipogemsequine.com


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THERAPIES? Lipogems equine is safe, cost- effective, requires no lab-culturing, very little use of drugs other than sedation and local anaesthetics and can be done stable-side.


LOWER HOUSE EQUINE CLINIC


CONTACT DETAILS: Practice address: Lower House Equine Clinic, Plas Cerrig Lane, Llanymynech, Shropshire, SY22 6LG Tel: 01691 830444 Email: office@lhec.vet Website: lowerhouseequineclinic. co.uk


For more information and a full list of accredited veterinary surgeons visit: Website: lipogemsequine. comor lipogemscanine.com Email: lucy_wilson@ lipogemsequine.com Tel: +44 (0)7919 252529


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