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Orthopedic Surgery Services

  • Fracture repair, including severe or complicated fractures of the limbs, spine and pelvis

  • Diagnosis and surgical treatment of lameness

  • Surgical stabilization of all stifle (knee) injuries including cranial cruciate ligament repairs using TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy), TTA (tibial tuberosity advancement), and extracapsular repair procedures

  • Treatment of joint cartilage surface injuries (OCD) in the shoulder, elbow, knee, and ankle

  • Mandibular and maxillary surgery

  • Joint luxation repair

  • Medical and surgical management of hip dysplasia in both younger and older dogs including total hip replacement, triple pelvis osteotomy, and juvenile pubic symphoidesis

  • Joint arthrodesis (fusion)

  • Management of elbow dysplasia

  • Correction of hereditary limb abnormalities, including luxating patella, angular limb deformities, and growth plate injuries

  • OFA radiographs (x rays)

  • Therapeutic amputations

  • Minimally invasive surgery – arthroscopy

  • Management of arthritis including Stem Cell Therapy

Soft Tissues Surgery Services

  • Oncologic surgery

  • Biopsies, tumor removal or reduction

  • Hepatic and biliary surgery

  • Spleen surgery

  • Gastric dilation-volvulus (bloat)

  • Urogenital including renal, ureteral, bladder, and urethral surgery

  • Ear canal resections, ablations, and bulla osteotomy

  • Reconstructive procedures for the skin – wound-management, and skin grafts

  • Minimally invasive surgery – laparoscopy and thoracoscopy

  • Head and neck surgery

  • Gastrointestinal surgery

  • Respiratory surgery including laryngeal paralysis and other upper-airway disease and lung disorders

  • Hernia repair

  • Endocrine surgery, including adrenal and parathyroid organs

  • Anal gland removal

  • Cardiovascular surgery including pericardial disease and correction of congenital defects such as PDA.

Neurologic Surgery

Diagnosis and treatment of spinal disease, including intervertebral disc protrusion (herniated disc), lumbosacral disease, spinal tumors, spinal fractures and luxations, and atlantoaxial (neck) instability.

Staff in Surgery

Surgical services also include:

  • 24-hour care, including monitoring of vital signs (heart rate, respiratory rate, and temperature), diet, intake, and eliminations

  • Close monitoring during recovery by our veterinarians and nursing staff. Pain medications and antibiotics are precisely administered and your surgeon’s specific instructions are followed at all times

  • Clean bedding and caring personal attention to your pet’s physical comfort and emotional well-being

  • Regular updates for you and your referring veterinarian

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