We can all relate to the stress that we feel when our pets aren’t feeling well.  The sense of urgency to arrive at a diagnosis and start treatment can be overwhelming – especially when the ailment is complex.  Your family veterinarian may need a second pair of eyes and ears to make the diagnosis and formulate the most effective treatment plan.  At Royal Vista Veterinary Specialists, our Internal Medicine Specialists are eager to go above and beyond the call of duty to be of assistance to you.

Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialists

A Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialist is trained to diagnose, manage, treat, and prevent most diseases that are not surgical in nature.  It has been said that Internists are the puzzle solvers of veterinary medicine.  An Internist has a keen eye for details with the motivation to put them all together and address the big picture. By collecting as much information as possible from your pet’s history, clinical signs, and diagnostics, Internists often uncover several complicated, underlying conditions that are occurring simultaneously within the body and causing imbalances that need to be corrected.

Our Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialists are also trained and experienced in minimally-invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures that may not be available at your family veterinary hospital. These include rhinoscopy, bronchoscopy (respiratory), gastroduodenoscopy (upper GI), colonoscopy (lower GI), cystoscopy.