Orthobiologic Options for Treating Horses

Orthobiologics are emerging tools in veterinary medicine that use the body’s natural defense mechanisms to treat a variety of musculoskeletal problems. Sponsored by ProVet APC.
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Orthobiologics is the use of biological products, such as stem cells and blood components, to treat damaged musculoskeletal systems.

How do orthobiologics work?

Common Biologic Therapies for Horses: Stem Cells, PRP, ACS, APS, Alpha-2 Macroglobulin

Common Biologic Therapies for Horses: Stem Cells, PRP, ACS, APS, Alpha-2 Macroglobulin

Work with your veterinarian, and consider cost, ease of use, and practitioner preference and experience before pursuing one of these therapies.

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