Elbow dysplasia is one of the most common causes of thoracic limb lameness in dogs. While it may seem a very difficult and complex disease with daunting treatment options, this lecture will make it easier for you to fully understand the disease and will provide you with a working algorithm to understand what the best treatment is for each specific condition.
DVM MRCVS DipECVS European and RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
Alan graduated in veterinary medicine at the University of Parma, Italy. In 2007, he moved to the UK to continue his career in surgery and since then he has pursued his goal of becoming a specialist in the field. He obtained the ECVS European Diplomate in Small Animal Surgery in 2016 after completing a combined residency at Fitpatrick Referral and Cambridge University. Over the past 13 years, Alan has practised at two of the most important orthopaedic referral centres in the UK, which has bestowed him with extensive experience in treating complex cases, and developed the new orthopaedic department of the referral centre where he is working at the moment. He published scientific articles in the most important veterinary journals and he is an international lecturer/instructor. His main areas of interest include elbow dysplasia, treatment of humeral intracondylar fissure and arthroscopy.
Please find a list of tickets for this event below.
Advance booking is available from 12 June 2023 until 12 September 2023.
Late booking is available from 12 September 2023 until 11 December 2023.