One of the questions I get asked most often is, how much will stem cell therapy cost?
Well, if you’re a dog owner, you know that vet bills can be pretty high,but you also know that your dog is worth it. In fact, most dog owners tell me that there’s nothing they wouldn’t pay to see their best friend fetching a ball again without pain.
Even though we have to balance finances with what is best for our pets, I have some good news for you. The form of stem cell therapy I use ISN’T the most expensive treatment out there. In fact, it’s more cost-effective than mesenchymal stem cell therapy, the one most commonly used before the introduction of HUC-DT℠.
A majority of the cost associated with mesenchymal stem cell therapy is the process itself – it is quite a long and complicated process. It involves placing the animal under anesthesia and extracting fat cells, then processing the cells in a lab. The cells may also need to be incubated for a time, or stimulated with chemicals. Eventually, the cells are returned to the vet, and then begins the next process of injecting them into the animal – which involves more anaesthesia and recovery time. All of these labor and time intensive processes are not part of HUC-DT℠, making it a much better solution financially.
Why HUC-DT Is More Cost-Effective
Unlike mesenchymal (autologous) stem cell therapy, HUC-DT℠ (Human Umbilical Cord Derivative Therapy℠) doesn’t require anaesthesia. In fact, there’s no surgery at all – which means less risk and less discomfort for your pet… and a big drop in cost!
It’s also much quicker: the whole process from start to finish takes less than 30 minutes, which means less stress for both you and your pet.
HUT-DT℠ Stem Cell Therapy Makes More Sense
With HUC-DT℠, your pet will be treated more quickly and more efficiently, without the cost of anaesthesia and a far lower risks and a far greater chance of success!
Our process uses only pure human cells; our proprietary process produced nearly 5 million viable stem cells per milliliter. This is a much higher cell volume than mesenchymal therapy, which maximizes the effect of the stem cells.
Getting Down To The Numbers
Without the cost of anesthesia and surgery, you’re only paying for the stem cells and the use of an IV catheter or syringe. The average cost of a stem cell infusion is around $1500-$3500.
And here’s the best part. According to our research, most pets will only need one HUC-DT℠ injection in their lifetime.
Compare that to around $6000 for mesenchymal/autologous stem cell therapy. That is nearly HALF the cost!
Plus considering all the risks surround mesenchymal therapy anesthesia in our older pets, clearly HUC-DT℠ is a much safer, more affordable option for pet owners that want only the best for their pets.