🍁 Gratitude and Thanks. A season to celebrate.
As I sit here, my heart’s just overflowing with gratitude 🧡. Can you believe Thanksgiving’s almost here? And with the recent rain 🌧️, it really feels like fall has finally graced us with its presence. In the clinic, we’re all buzzing with excitement for the holidays 🎄. It’s been such a joy catching up with you all, sharing stories about our unique holiday traditions – it really brings us all closer, doesn’t it?
We just hit our 3-year mark at the practice 🎉! Looking back, I’m amazed at how everything’s unfolded. This beautiful, intimate practice is everything I dreamed veterinary medicine could be. Each of you has added your own special touch to this place, making it more than just a clinic – it’s a home with a heart ❤️.
My goal with the practice has always been simple yet close to my heart – to bring more healing into the lives of our pets and their families. And that’s exactly what we’ll keep doing – pushing the boundaries of integrative therapy and offering personalized, loving care to as many furry friends as we can 🐕🐈.
The other day, while we were filming a video for our anniversary 📹, Karina threw me this question: “What are your most memorable moments here?” You know, the first thing that popped into my mind was all the smiling faces of our furry patients who are no longer with us. I miss them every day, and those bonds… they’re unforgettable. I’m just so thankful that our practice has given me the chance to know and love them like my own 🐾.
So, as we step into this season of love and giving thanks, I want to say from the bottom of our hearts, thank you for being a part of our journey. You mean the world to us 🌍💖.
Here’s to more years of shared memories, laughter, and, of course, endless cuddles with our furry companions 🎈🐾.
Love and hugs,
Dr. Lily Chen 🌟💕
My Dear Unicorns!
I have to tell you what happened last Friday. Our sweet boy Ryder, thought I was a chew toy and hurt my beautiful horn. But thank goodness we have Amnion! Let me tell you a little bit about it. Amnion contains an abundance of stem cells, which are unique cells that can differentiate into various specialized cell types and can also self-renew to produce more stem cells! Because of these properties, stem cells have endless potential applications!
Here’s just a few:
–Tissue Repair and Regeneration: Stem cells can be used to repair or replace damaged tissues and organs making them super valuable in treating conditions where the body’s natural regenerative abilities are limited, such as ligaments and tendons regeneration, spinal cord injuries, heart damage, and degenerative diseases.
–Cartilage and Bone Repair: Stem cells can be used to regenerate damaged cartilage and bone tissue, offering potential treatments for conditions like osteoarthritis.
–Neurological Disorders: There is ongoing research into using stem cells to treat neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. Stem cells can potentially be used to replace damaged or lost neurons.
– Diabetes Treatment: Stem cells can be differentiated into insulin-producing cells, offering a potential treatment for diabetes by replacing damaged or malfunctioning pancreatic cells.
And there are so many more! Let us know if you’d like to discuss how Amnion treatment could help your pet at your next appointment.