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HVVMS CE Event: Common Small Animal Orthopedic Conditions - From Presentation to Referral

HVVMS CE Event: Common Small Animal Orthopedic Conditions - From Presentation to Referral

Wednesday, June 12, 2024
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)

Event Details

Presented by: Thomas Monaco, DVM, DACVS-SA

This lecture will cover the most common orthopedic conditions we see at Vantage Veterinary Surgery. We will cover classic presenting signalments and clinical signs, as well as the initial workup and treatments that can be performed prior to referral; including radiographic positioning and bandaging techniques. Medical and surgical treatments options will be discussed as well as longer term treatment considerations. 

Learning Objectives:

1. Develop a 'most likely' differential list based on presenting clinical signs and patient signalment.
2. Become comfortable working up and initially treating/stabilizing common orthopedic injuries. 
3. Gain an understanding of long-term management for common orthopedic injuries.


June 12
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Registration
6:15 PM Dinner
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Lecture

For More Information:

New York State Veterinary Medical Society (518)869-8766

Dr. Thomas Monaco DACVS-SA has become one of the most trusted names in veterinary surgery across the tri-state area. Since beginning his career as a surgeon over a decade ago, Dr. Monaco has gained a reputation for his surgical outcomes, outstanding bedside manner, and ability to take on some of the most challenging surgical cases.

As a board-certified surgeon, Dr. Monaco underwent extensive surgical training after graduating veterinary school. This included a 1-year internship, a 3-year residency, and passing a rigorous certification exam. After finishing his education, Dr. Monaco returned to the tri-state area where he was born and raised. After many years working at large 24-hour emergency and specialty hospitals in New York and New Jersey, Dr. Monaco and his wife Francesca set out to elevate surgical care by developing New Jersey’s first veterinary surgical center, Vantage.

Lecture generously sponsored by: