Italian Lead Lipogems Canine Vet ~ Dr Offer Zeira


Director of San Michele Veterinary Hospital, Milan, DVM PhD Field Of Study Veterinary Orthopedics and Neurosurgery, “Whoever deals with regenerative medicine use stem cells, whoever deals with stem cells should use Lipogems. This is the shortest answer, yet the most complete and truthful, when colleagues ask me - why Lipogems? The longer answer is that Lipogems is a concept, a method and a device, all in one. 
The concept - instead of using pure stem cells that should be cultivated and expanded and therefore are high cost, we use a true mini habitat containing a scaffold, stem cells precursors, numerous anti-inflammatory factors, trophic mediators and others. 
The method - using mild mechanical forces in a completely closed system, with no enzymes, additives and other manipulations, avoiding complex regulatory issues. 
The device - single-use medical device for the processing of lipo-aspirated adipose tissue. It is very friendly and straight forward device. 

"I am happy to say that in my hospital, 70-80% of all cases treated with stem cell, has been shifted from bone marrow cultivated material to Lipogems, which we can use immediately on our patients. In the case of dog’s muscles, tendons and articular diseases, 100% of the cases is treated by Lipogems.”

Meet the Lipogems Equine and Canine Team

The Lipogems Equine Veterinary Team

The Lipogems Canine Veterinary Team

Lucy Wilson
General Manager

lucy_wilson@lipogemsequine.com

Martin ffrench Blake
CEO of Lipocast Biotech U.K

The Lipogems Equine & Canine Non-Veterinary Team

Carlo Tremolada
President of Lipogems® International SPA

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Alistair Cliff BVM&S (Dist) CertAVP MRCVS ~ UK Lead Canine Vet


Alistair Cliff qualified in 2007 from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh. During his time in general small animal practice he has developed a keen interest in all aspects of small animal surgery. He was awarded the RCVS Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP) in 2014. This qualification follows many years of successful case management and examinations and represents the first tier of veterinary postgraduate qualifications. Alistair is particularly enthusiastic about the arthroscopic treatment of canine elbow disease, management of cranial cruciate ligament rupture and laparoscopic surgery. Born and bred Invernessian, Alistair now lives on the Black Isle with his wife and son.

Dr Murray Shotter BVSc MRCVS 

Lipogems Equine Consultant Vet

After graduating in 1987 from Massey University in New Zealand, Murray worked in several mixed animal practices before taking a position in an equine practice in Wellington. From there, Murray travelled to the UK to concentrate on Equine Sports Medicine before setting up Shotter & Byers Equine Veterinary Services with Michael Byers. Murray specialises in sports medicine, orthopaedic work and performance horses, in particular, medium and high goal polo teams.

Dr Tim Watson BVM&S PhD MRCVS

Lipogems Equine Lead Vet


Director and partner at Waterlane Vets in Gloucestershire which is an ambulatory equine practice covering Glos and N. Wilts, dealing with all types of horses and ponies. Special interest in lameness, back problems and poor performance. Director International Affairs at British Equestrian Federation, Chairman, International Committee for British Show Jumping

Dr Stefano Olgiati
Chairman of Lipocast Biotech UK 


Dr Simon Woods BVSc MRCVS

Lipogems Equine Consultant Vet

Senior Veterinary Surgeon at LHEC, Simon graduated from The University of Liverpool in 2006 and went straight into a large equine practice for ten years. His main interests include equine lameness, poor performance and orthopaedic surgery. Simon is the assistant vet for the British Show Jumping team and is also an FEI Vet. He works at many local British Eventing competitions which include international events. Simon joined the Lipogems Equine team in February 2018.

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