At Walking Paws Rehab we work only with the best to bring regenerative medicine options to our patients, including joint & tendon injections. Dr. Patrice Mich partners with our team to provide advance injections to our patients in the comfort of our relaxing practice. If you are interested in regenerative medicine options for your pet, you have come to the right place with the best doctors, options, and setting.
Dr. Mich is a graduate of Colorado State University. She is triple board certified by the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation (Diplomate ACVSMR), the American College of Anesthesia and Analgesia (Diplomate ACVAA), and the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (Diplomate ABVP canine/feline practice). Dr. Mich is known as a leading expert in the state of Colorado for joint and tendon injections.
Arthramid/synamid is a 2.5% polyacrylamide gel, that has shown efficacy in limiting discomfort associated with osteoarthritis in approximately 80% of patients. This product has been used for more than a decade to treat joint pain caused by osteoarthritis in horses and humans and has been labeled for use in dogs since 2021. Once injected into the joint space the product incorporates into the joint lining (synovium) reducing inflammatory pain. Because arthramid incorporates into the synovium it has a prolonged effect (12-24 months).
These injections are usually performed under sedation. If your pet is not a candidate for sedation, Anicell injections may be a safer option.
Walking Paws Rehab
649 South Broadway
Boulder, CO 80305