Some of you may have read my blog on Stem Cell Injection (SCI).
RMR is less invasive as the dog does not need to be put under anesthesia to get their own cells for the SCI.
I know SCI does benefit arthritis and dysplasia, among other things. But I am not sure that RMR would benefit dysplasia, although it seems from my research that it would benefit arthritis.
Individuals who suffer from arthris experience a loss of bone cartilage.
“Growth factors and peptides proteins have been constructed to assist the repair of organs, damaged and injured muscles, tendons and bone cartilages, nerve tissues, skin tissues and to aid in the total rejuvenation of the body.”
I know a couple of people who have done the RMR with good results.
“It is designed to promote accelerated repair and effective healing of internal injuries and wounds to enhance and maintain general health and wellness in all animals.”
“StemVet science – RMR promotes the activation of the dormant stem cells existent in the animal’s body. It has been scientifically proven that dormant stem cells are more potent than active stem cells within the body. This extra potency, once activated, creates a boost in the immune system so the repair to damaged internal organs and muscle tissues are accelerated. There juvenation and regeneration of cells is also enhanced through the activation process.”
“All mammalian animals in the Animal Kingdom can benefit from the use of Stemvet science – RMR. Whether an animal is large or small, a performance animal, a breeding animal or a loved and valued pet, there is a version of Stemvet science available.”
“Tests have shown that, if used in accordance with the directions, the product has no known harmful side effects.”
From what I have read the cost is much less expensive than than SCI