Resources for Doctors - Veterinary Surgical Centers
Minimally Invasive Surgery - Techniques and Applications in Soft Tissue Surgery. Considerations and Perspectives - Does my pet "need" a veterinary surgical specialist? Injury of the Cranial Cruciate Ligament in the Dog. Ear Disease - "Problems and Solutions". The Disc - "Treating Back and Neck Disc Disease". The Elbow - "Treatment of Canine Elbow Dysplasia". The Hip - "Treatment of Canine Hip Dysplasia". The Knee - "Problems and Solutions for the Injured Knee". Surgical Treatment of Urinary Tract Diseases.
» Dr. Gary Brown | Veterinary Orthopedic and Surgery Service in Fremont, CA
Dr Brown is a clinical professor for the College of Veterinary Medicine at Western University of Health Sciences. He mentors the students’ surgical rotations and spends time every day reviewing surgical texts and procedures with these upcoming veterinarians. Dr Brown enjoys gardening, attending dog shows, and Irish Setters. He is a very active grandparent. Internship: The Animal Medical Center 1965-1966. Residency: The Animal Medical Center 1966-1968. Clinical Professor of Veterinary Surgery. Clinical As...