How to Educate Your Veterinary Patients on Stem Cell Therapy

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Educate on Stem Cell Therapy

There’s no denying that stem cell therapy is an innovative procedure that offers unprecedented benefits to sick and injured dogs.

The problem is, most pet owners have no idea that stem cell therapy even exists as an alternative to surgery and pain medications.

As a veterinarian, all you need to do is overcome that knowledge gap.

The majority of dog owners who are introduced to the basics of stem cell therapy are immediately curious, excited, and enticed. They want to learn more about stem cell therapy and how it could potentially help their favorite pets embrace a more comfortable and rewarding quality of life. 

By learning how to strategically educate your patients about veterinary stem cell therapy, you can quickly set your practice apart as a premier provider of HUC-DT canine stem cell therapy.

Veterinary Stem Cell Therapy: The Connections Between Dogs and Humans

Dogs and humans are best friends for many reasons- including their shared DNA. About 25% of the canine DNA sequence matches the human DNA sequence. This is why dogs and humans carry out many of the same biological functions, are prone to the same illnesses, and share the same biochemical processes.

Furthermore, over 98% of proteins are identical in composition and function across animal species like humans and dogs. This makes it possible to use a treatment on one species that was obtained from a different species, as is done in umbilical stem cell therapy.

This close bond between humans and dogs allows HUC-DT to deliver reliable, consistent results. It also reassures your patients that HUC-DT stem cell therapy is entirely natural, safe, and effective.

Benefits of Offering Stem Cell Therapy To Your Patients

Canine stem cell therapy offers incredible benefits to your vet practice, your clients, and your furry patients alike.

Increase Revenue For Your Practice

Compared to surgery or older methods of stem cell therapy, HUC-DT stem cell therapy takes a fraction of the time and costs a fraction of the money.

This process does not require anesthesia, bone marrow harvesting, or other complex procedures that must be completed by a professional veterinarian. Instead, a vet technician can lead the HUC-DT stem cell IV therapy under supervision of a veterinarian.

If just one technician completes four HUC-DT stem cell procedures in a month, he/she will generate at minimum $2,000 per month and $24,000 per year for the entire vet practice.

In reality, any active clinic is likely to have technicians handling far more than four procedures per month, which means the revenue generated by one single technician will likely far exceed $24,000 and that is not counting the additional diagnostic revenue generated with each stem cell case.

Overall, implementing HUC-DT stem cell therapy makes it possible to open a new source of continual revenue.

Benefits of Offering Stem Cell Therapy

Make Canine Stem Cell Therapy Affordable For Clients

You have the heart of a vet who wants to help every sick and injured animal, and you know that the best treatments are often cost-prohibitive to average pet owners.

Offering HUC-DT stem cell therapy makes it possible to offer your patients the help they need without the restrictive price tag. HUC-DT has been used successfully for many common canine problems:

HUC-DT is available to patients for only $2,000. This is compared to conventional veterinary stem cell therapy that costs between $6,000 and $10,000 for just one procedure!

Make Your Practice Unique

Today’s vet practices face intense competition, and you only have a few different ways to set yourself apart. You can either lower your prices to become the cheapest clinic, or you can provide a unique service to your patients.

HUC-DT stem cell therapy is the ultimate service to differentiate your vet practice from the clinics around you. Very few vets currently offer the cutting edge HUC-DT stem cell therapy.

This gives you the power to shape the reputation of your practice and become the leading industry expert in your area.

Tips For Talking to Clients About Stem Cell Therapy

Educating your clients about veterinary stem cell therapy is essential. If they don’t learn about stem cell therapy from you, they may never know that such an exciting and effective regenerative option exists.

Remember that you are not always educating your clients with the goal of scheduling their dogs’ stem cell appointments next week.

For many of your patients, stem cell therapy will prove valuable in a few months or years when common conditions present symptoms that indicate the need for testing and therapy.

Patients are also likely to spread their newfound information to friends and family members with ailing dogs. Word of mouth is a powerful tool!

Presenting canine stem cell therapy as an alternative option can transform your vet/client relationships and build a new level of trust that your patients are eager to share with others.

When and How to Introduce SCT To Your Patients

The easiest time to introduce veterinary stem cell therapy to your patients is during annual wellness exams. This applies for young, old, healthy, and sick animals alike.

As you examine your canine patients, take the opportunity to explain the damage you see or the damage that is likely to occur in the future, then mention that new regenerative therapies are available to address health concerns without surgery or medication.

Some clients will ask questions about stem cell therapy and request literature to take home, while others will do their own research online later.

Either way, you will have successfully planted a seed. Whether it’s two months or two years down the road, those clients are more likely to return to you when their dogs start limping or showing signs of a chronic health condition.

This gradual introduction and suggestion process is similar to the process of forewarning pet owners of the need for dental work.

You may mention at every six month appointment that dental work will be required in two years, one year, or a few months. By the time the dental work must be performed, owners aren’t shocked or frustrated.

By planting seeds to harvest later, you can quickly build a successful and popular veterinary stem cell therapy clinic.

Provide Learning Materials In The Waiting Area

Providing engaging learning materials in your waiting area is an important way to supplement your verbal information and education. Clients who browse the information are more likely to approach you with questions.

The following learning materials will spark interest in HUC-DT stem cell therapy and encourage patients to pursue an alternative:

  • Testimonials
  • Videos on computer or TV screens
  • Before and after success stories
  • Short brochures with basic stem cell therapy information

Stem Cells For Dogs seeks to equip you with all of the marketing resources and information that you need to answer your client’s questions, engage in valuable conversations, and generate buzz about your regenerative services.

If unique needs or questions arise that aren’t covered in the provided material, you can always reach out to Stem Cells For Dogs for additional support and guidance. 

Want to Become a HUC-DT Certified Veterinarian?

Umbilical stem cell therapy is not a procedure that just any vet practice can provide.

Stem Cells For Dogs places the highest emphasis on ensuring every vet providing HUC-DT is fully trained and certified to properly perform stem cell therapy. 

If you’re ready to take your vet practice to the next level and help your patients in ways you never thought possible, get in touch with Stem Cells For Dogs now

It only takes a simple application process to be approved for training and certification. After you are officially HUC-DT certified, there are no limits to the number of patients you can help and the increase in revenue you can achieve!

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