WHO WE ARE
TheraVet® is a vet biotech company founded in 2017 and headquartered in Belgium, specialized in osteoarticular treatments for small companion animals such as dogs and cats, but also horses. TheraVet’s objective is to develop well-aimed, safe and effective treatments to improve the well-being and quality of life of companion animals suffering from osteoarticular diseases. Our commitment is to meet the needs of innovative and efficient solutions for bone surgeries in cats and dogs as well as horses and for osteoarticular pathologies such as osteoarthritis or ligament injuries. TheraVet works in close collaboration with Key Opinion Leaders in Europe and in the Unites States to better address the ever-increasing needs of veterinary medicine.
TheraVet is committed to develop new treatments specifically adapted to pets.
The strong experience of the team ensures a rigorous development process addressing the current market and regulatory trends.
INNOVATION BASED ON SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
In close collaboration with an international scientific board, THERAVET® has developed a new line of calcium-phosphate bone substitutes, BIOCERA-VET®.
Clinical results are extremely promising and offer the possibility of a better, more convenient and more efficient orthopedic surgery.
So has BIOCERA-VET BONE SURGERY’s clinical performance recently been demonstrated in “Efficacy and safety assessment of a self-setting bone substitute (α-TCP) as efficient alternative to autograft. Ragetly et al. 2022”, chosen by the VOS (Veterinary Orthopedic Society) as Best Poster Presentation.
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THERAVET SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD
Pr. Marc BALLIGAND DVM, PhD, DipL. ECVS
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine graduated from the University of Liège – Belgium; Specialist in small animal orthopedic surgery.
Professor of small animal surgery at the University of Liège (Belgium), President of ESVOT (European Society of Veterinary Orthopaedics and Traumatology).
Pr. Olivier GAUTHIER DVM, PhD
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, graduated from Oniris – Nantes & Atlantic College of Veterinary Medicine – Canada
Professor of small animal surgery and dentistry – Oniris France.
Dr. Guillaume RAGETLY, DVM, PhD, DipL. ACVS, Dipl. ECVS
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine graduated from the Toulouse Veterinary School – France; Specialist in small animal orthopedic surgery
Head of Department of Surgery at CHV Frégis, France.