We can all relate to the stress that we feel when our pets aren’t feeling well. When the condition is complex and your pet would benefit from a “second set of eyes,” our Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialists are here for you. Our goal is to work with you and your family veterinarian to help make an accurate diagnosis and formulate the most effective treatment plan for your pet.
A Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialist is trained to diagnose, manage, treat, and prevent diseases that are not surgical in nature. An Internist must have a keen eye for details, while maintaining a broad vision that allows them to address the complete picture of what each patient is experiencing. When traditional or first-line diagnostic testing does not provide answers, or when a pet is not responding to appropriate treatment, our Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialists are able to step in and provide a level of expertise and advanced testing that can help to diagnose and successfully treat your pet.
Our Internal Medicine Specialists are also experienced in using minimally-invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures that may not be available at your family veterinary hospital. These include scopes to evaluate your pet’s nasal cavity, airways, GI tract, and bladder.
The many organ systems and conditions that our specialists are able to diagnose and treat include, but are not limited to:
- Blood and Immune System
- Digestive (Gastroenterology)
- Endocrine (Hormonal)
- Cardiovascular and Respiratory
- Dermatology (including allergies)
- Infectious Diseases