Dr. Tom Schwartz Patient Profiles | Rebound PRP: Adjunct to Surgery

 

Enso Discoveries, LLC Sponsors Study with Tom Schwartz, DVM of St. Peters, Missouri, Cracking the Code on Canine Pain Management and Surgical Recovery with Rebound™ PRP.

Harvester Animal Clinic has found a proverbial fountain of youth for dogs in pain; facing surgery for cranial cruciate ligament injuries by integrating platelet-rich plasma for faster healing and substantially decreased post-operative pain. 

“Pain appeared to be well controlled allowing owners to perform physical therapy on patients with minimal issues. Pets were able to return to slow walks just two weeks after the procedure, with several patients beginning to run on their own within 30 days of the procedure and requiring a leash for restraint. By simply closing the surgery with Rebound PRP, my patients experienced significantly less postoperative pain.” – Dr. Tom Schwartz

Below are five recent case studies where Dr. Tom Schwartz has injected PRP into the canine’s knee during surgery. In the videos, you can see that full range of motion is established without pain within one to two weeks post operation. After CCL surgery with Rebound PRP, all five patients exhibit a well-healed surgery and painless, full range of motion.

 

Thomas Schwartz, DVM

20 years of experience in both mixed and small animal practice

Dr. Schwartz brings more than 20 years of experience in both mixed and small animal practice working with dairy and beef cattle, swine, horses and companion animals. He was president of the Greater St. Louis Veterinary Medical Association and founded one of the first and most successful franchised Banfield Pet Hospital locations in the nation.

Former Director of the Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center

A longtime veterinarian with administrative experience in running a full-service veterinary hospital, Thomas Schwartz, DVM, took the position of director of Kansas State University’s Veterinary Health Center in 2017. The Veterinary Health Center at Kansas State University provides routine, specialty and emergency care to patients across the Midwest. With more than 50 veterinarians, the center provides access to 14 board-certified specialties in small, exotic and large animal fields.

Schwartz received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University and also has degrees in economics and political science from the University of Michigan. Before starting his veterinary career, he worked in finance and commercial banking but eventually went on to found and operate one of the first and most successful franchised Banfield Pet Hospital locations in the nation in Brentwood, Missouri.

Schwartz brings more than 20 years of experience in both mixed and small animal practice working with dairy and beef cattle, swine, horses and companion animals. He was president of the Greater St. Louis Veterinary Medical Association and served as the continuing education chairman.

“Veterinarians believe that caring for animals is the noblest profession,” Schwartz said. “We promote selflessness, compassion, hope, wisdom, cooperation, trust and a sense of the greater good. I am privileged to be joining a group so dedicated to providing the best training for their students, the best care for their patients and who continually embark on paths towards new discoveries that will benefit all.”

“Patients have returned to full function much faster than was my experience with the same procedure prior to using Enso Discoveries Rebound PRP!”  

                                                      – Dr. Tom Schwartz Harvester Animal Clinic St. Louis, MO