Enso Discoveries and Kansas Department of Agriculture will Host the 4th Annual Kansas Veterinary Regenerative Symposium on Saturday, November 9, 2019.
Enso Discoveries is proud to partner with the Kansas Department of Agriculture for the fourth year to bring the veterinary and agricultural industries in the midwest the Kansas Veterinary Regenerative Symposium as part of the Kansas Veterinary Medicine Association Annual Meeting.
Enso Discoveries, the perennial sponsor of the Kansas Veterinary Regenerative Symposium (KVRS), proudly announces the 4th annual session hosted by the Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) on the second day of the Fall Kansas Veterinary Convention & Kansas Veterinary Medicine Association (KVMA) Annual Meeting happening in Manhattan, Kansas from November 8-10, 2019.
The Fall Kansas Veterinary Convention promises over 40 hours of quality education in small and large animal medicine, practice management and veterinary technicians. Speaking sessions, wet labs and workshops offer practical information, flexible schedule, networking and more over the three-day event.
“The mission of the KVRS has always been to concisely educate the practicing veterinarian about regenerative medicine in such a way that they can immediately implement into their practice. Once a treatment option available only to a limited few, it is now available for most every patient, so being informed has never been more important,” said Corey Orava, DVM, CSO of Enso Discoveries and Chair of KVRS.
This year KVRS will have four speakers from both academia and private practice. The general theme of the Symposium will be regenerative therapies in veterinary medicine with topics including Platelet Rich Plasma and Platelet Rich Fibrin in both large and small animal practice:
- Everything you wanted to know about regenerative medicine but were afraid to ask, by Corey Orava, DVM and CSO of Enso Discoveries
- Clinical case reports: PRP and PRF in a rural small animal practice, with Brian Davis, DVM, Green Valley Veterinary Service
- How (and why) to incorporate regenerative medicine in a small animal practice, with Thomas Schwartz, DVM, Former Director of the Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center
- Current and future research in regenerative medicine, by Charan Ganta, DVM, PhD, DACVP, Clinical Assistant Professor, Anatomic Pathology, Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine
Date: November 9, 2019
Time: 1:30 PM
Location: Hilton Garden Inn & Conference Center
Address: 410 S. 3rd Street, Manhattan, KS 66502
“Using the body to heal itself is the perfect marriage of natural and advanced technology. It is truly a marvel to witness the progress of my patients. I can’t say enough about Enso Discoveries and the easy-to-use kits we now use to offer PRP as a service to our clients.” – Kendell Michel, DVM, CVCP, Family Animal Care of Salina, Kansas
Our mission at Enso Discoveries is to greatly enhance the lives of animals through the development of cutting-edge, novel technology. We believe all things are possible. We offer a wide range of innovative services, university-backed science, and affordable medical products with an emphasis on regenerative medicine.
We continually perform and fund veterinary research with the help of our academic and industrial research partners. While maintaining the highest level of integrity, we continue to succeed because we support our products and services with scientific proof, superior sales and marketing ability, and a worldwide network of industry experienced contacts.