Veterinary Orthopedic & Soft Tissue Surgery
Joint injuries and inflammation can affect our pets as well as ourselves. When damage to the joints prevents your pet from moving around as they should, surgical procedures can become necessary interventions. Our department of veterinary orthopedic surgery handles broken bones, slipped knees, and other musculoskeletal ailments that can affect the range of motion and quality of life in your pet.
In addition to injuries to bones and joints, our veterinary soft tissue surgery services can address issues involving muscles and internal organs—many of which often occur in concert with bone and joint injuries. For instance, the sharp edges of a fractured bone can damage adjacent muscles or organs. Hernias may become severe enough to require surgery. If your pet should develop a tumor, our skilled surgical staff can excise it.
Any veterinary orthopedic or soft tissue surgery includes a road to recovery. After surgery, you will take on some of these responsibilities toward recovery. Our staff will help you devise a post-operative care schedule for your pet to help them heal as quickly and safely as possible.