Forest injured his elbow running at the age of 8. He is now 13, and his elbow joint has slowly deteriorated over the last 5 years to the point at which he had considerable pain just getting onto his feet.
When he walked, his elbow would flair out 45 degrees with every step. Arthroscopic surgery, pain meds, and physical therapy had done little to help. Dr. Landry, of Mountain Ridge Animal Hospital & Pain Management Center suggested stem cell therapy. Now, one month after the treatment, Forrest has little to no pain getting up & down. He even began to run again with his elbow not flaring at all. Forest's result from stem cell therapy is a "10"
- Carl & Danielle Patrick & Forest