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Joint Work - A Feature in Polo Times August 18

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A mixing of minds as collaboration between human, equine and canine surgeons further technological treatment. Lipogems Equine and Canine brought together a collaboration of minds from the veterinary and human surgical worlds.
Here are three joint based case studies, a soft tissue knee treatment by Professor Adrian Wilson, a case of Elbow Dysplasia in a dog by Lead Lipogems Canine Veterinary Surgeon Alistair Cliff and finally a degenerative joint and soft tissue degeneration treatment by Lead Lipogems Equine Veterinary Surgeon Dr Tim Watson.

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Joint Work - A Feature in Polo Times August 18

  1. 1. www.polotimes.co.uk 77Polo Times, August 2018 Lipogems Knowledge A mixing of minds as collaboration between human, equine and canine surgeons further technological treatments Lipogems Equine and Canine brought together a collaboration of minds from the veterinary and human surgical worlds. Here are three joint based case studies – a soft tissue knee treatment by Professor Adrian Wilson, a case of Elbow Dysplasia in a dog by Lead Lipogems Canine eterinary urgeon Alistair Cliff and finally a degenerative oint and soft tissue degeneration treatment by ead ipogems quine eterinary Surgeon Dr Tim Watson. Joint Work Prof. Adrian Wilson MBBS, BSc (Hons), FRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth) The Regenerative Clinic, London, Hampshire and Windsor “We can optimise healing and treat a wide range of joint and spinal pain. Our state- of-the-art procedures are overseen by our team of leading orthopaedic surgeons and specialists. As a group we are committed to measuring outcomes and our growing patient registry shows the effectiveness of Lipogems treatment. We are pleased to change so many patients’ quality of life through this innovative treatment.” Adrian is a highly specialised orthopaedic surgeon, who has a global reputation for his innovative approach to knee surgery. Adrian specialises in all aspects of soft tissue and reconstructive knee surgery including knee realignment (osteotomy) surgery and has pioneered techniques to improve treatment for sports injuries to the knee. The Regenerative Clinic team are experts in providing treatments for orthopaedic injuries, sport injuries, arthritis and other degenerative conditions, including the innovative treatment, Lipogems. Lipogems has been used for over five years in over 25,000 patients globally with excellent patient outcomes in moderate and severe arthritis and for other common joint issues. Address: Queen Anne Street Medical Centre, 18-22, Queen Anne Street, London, W1G 8HU Tel: 0330 2233332 Email: info@theregenerativeclinic.co.uk Website: www.profadrianwilson.co.uk PhotographcourtesyofTheRegenerativeClinic Human Case Study – Janet Ellis History: Skiing was a treat for super-sporty project manager Janet. Playing badminton twice a week and loving their hobby of walking, Janet and her husband were planning a coast-to-coast walk across the UK. Then a freak fall on the slopes left her with a badly damaged ACL (anterior cruciate ligament). She was carried down the mountain and after an operation to repair the damage she felt better for three or four years afterwards. However, wanting to carry on with sport meant that she had started to experience a catching sensation when she exercised. She could no longer go to the gym and was experiencing more and more episodes of swelling and pain. Results: Janet decided to have the Lipogems and after only two weeks post-procedure Janet immediately noticed a dramatic improvement in her knee. No pain and much improved mobility. Several months down the line Janet had returned to the gym and the Badminton Club. Her garden has also benefited from her increased mobility. The coast-to-coast walk is now in the diary. PhotographcourtesyofTheRegenerativeClinic Janet Ellis received treatment by Professor Adrian Wilson Alistair Cliff BVM&S (Dist) CertAVP MRCVS Crown Vets Referrals, Inverness “Our Clinic takes a proactive approach to the use of regenerative techniques in canine patients. We have used a number of systems in recent years, none of which we have found to be as effective as Lipogems. Typically, patients will be suffering with moderate to severe osteoarthritis with a poor response to oral medications and joint supplementation. Lipogems has enabled us to regain control of many of these cases, allowing them to return to a far more active, comfortable lifestyle. As well as the clinical effect, the system has some practical advantages over alternative systems. The cells can be harvested and administered in one visit without delay. We have found this ideal, as it reduces the number of anaesthetic procedures in a patient who may well be more elderly. This is also helpful for us geographically, as clients travel very large distances to our practice.” Alistair is particularly enthusiastic about the arthroscopic treatment of canine elbow disease, management of cranial cruciate ligament rupture and laparoscopic surgery. Crown Vets Referrals provides advanced level veterinary services to the North of Scotland and Western Isles. Crown Vets Referrals was established in 2014 to provide advanced level veterinary services to the North of Scotland and Western Isles. They aim to provide the best possible care for their patients and currently offer services in soft tissue and orthopaedic surgery, dermatology, internal medicine and advanced imaging. Address: 58 Argyle Street, Inverness, IV2 3BB Tel: 01463 237000 Email: referrals@crownvetsreferrals.co.uk Website: www.crownvetsreferrals.co.uk
  2. 2. www.polotimes.co.uk78 Polo Times, August 2018 Knowledge Lipogems For more information and a full list of accredited veterinary surgeons contact details please visit: Website: lipogemsequine.com or lipogemscanine.com Email: lucy_wilson@lipogemsequine.com Tel: +44 (0)7919 252529 Follow using @lipogemsequine @lipogemscanine Horse Case Study – Harley, 12-year-old medium goal polo pony Injury: Early osteoarthritis in both front fetlocks and suspensory ligament branch desmitis Treatment: 30 April 2016 Results: Harley was sound with less inflammation in the fetlock oint, on examination 11 days later there was less swelling and heat in both front fetlocks. Harley continued to play a considerable number of games in the 2016 and 2017 polo season and is still sound and playing medium goal polo. Dog Case Study – Molly, eight-year- old female Labrador retriever History: Moderate arthritis in her elbow joints secondary to a condition known as Elbow Dysplasia. Molly was struggling to cope with a medical approach comprised of non-steroidal anti-inflammatories A s and Opioid medication (Tramadol). Treatment: Lipogems were administered into the joint using the standard technique. Results: Within seven days, Molly was demonstrating a significant improvement in comfort. Her lameness had reduced considerably, and her demeanour had improved due to better control of her pain. At the four week, three month and six month follow- up appointments she continued to improve, returning to a far more normal exercise routine with less requirement of oral pain medication. Feedback from her owners was excellent. PhotographcourtesyofLipogemsCanine Feedback from her owners was excellent Dr. Tim Watson BVM&S PhD MRCVS Waterlane Equine Vets, Gloucestershire “Lipogems is a step forward for us in treating competitive sport horse injuries, whether they are tendons, ligaments or joints, because it allows us to rapidly treat them. It is a simple, straightforward and relatively non-evasive procedure that gives outstanding results.” Lipogems Equine Lead Vet Director and partner at Waterlane Vets in Gloucestershire which is an ambulatory equine practice covering Gloucestershire and North Wiltshire, dealing with all types of horses and ponies, with a special interest in lameness, back problems and poor performance. Tim has also held the position of Director of International Affairs at British Equestrian Federation and Chaired the International Committee for British Show Jumping. Waterlane Equine Vets was founded in 2013 by Dr. Tim Watson and offers a full 24/7 ambulatory service with all the latest mobile diagnostic equipment which deals with a variety of cases including lameness, poor performance, a full range of stud work (including AI) and specialist medicine cases. Address: Waterlane Equine Vets, Fourways, Waterlane, Oakridge, Gloucesterhire, GL6 7PH Tel: 07557 857930 Email: office waterlaneequinevets.co.uk Website: www.waterlaneequinevets.co.uk Harley’s fetlock joints before her treatment Harley’s fetlock joints after her treatment An X-ray of Harley’s fetlock joints 11 days after her treatment An X-ray of Harley’s fetlock joints before her treatment

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