- Advanced Imaging
- 24 Hour Emergency
- Internal Medicine
- Interventional Radiology
- Animal Rehabilitation
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Soft Tissue Surgery
- Surgical Oncology
Specialized Veterinary Services has two Board-Certified Veterinary Surgeons on staff, Dr. Jason Eisele and Dr. Ryan Cavanaugh.
Our surgeons work closely with your primary veterinarian to select the best treatment options for your pet. Many times you will be referred to us for a surgical consultation, but surgery may not always be the best option. If it is, know your pet’s health is in the best hands. We will discuss all treatment options available to you as part of our initial consultation. In addition, we will thoroughly discuss the prognosis, the possible complications and costs associated with the different treatment options.
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Specialized Veterinary Services offers some minimally invasive procedures for your pet. This means your pet will spend less time in the hospital and have a much faster recovery. Â Arthroscopy, laparoscopy, endoscopy, and fluoroscopic guided fracture repair are all some of the minimally invasive options at SVS.
These minimally invasive procedures can treat issues such as:
- Osteochondrosis in the bones and cartilage
- Laparoscopic gastropexy (bloat)
- Laparoscopic biopsy of the liver and gastrointestinal tract
- Thoracoscopic pericardectomy, lung lobectomy, thoracic duct ligation
- Elbow Dysplasia
- Fragmented Medial Coronoid Processes
- Ununited Anconeal Process
- Elbow Incongruity
Orthopedics is the medical specialty focusing on the diagnosis, treatment, and repair of muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments, and joints. This includes broken bones, torn ligaments, and some spinal injuries, for example. Our board certified veterinary surgeons are here to help your pet with their orthopedic needs. We offer our clients the most comprehensive options for common and advanced orthopedic procedures.
Cancer remains the number one cause of death in dogs and cats throughout the United States and therefore is something that all veterinarians must manage in their daily practice. Like most phases of veterinary medicine, the field of oncology continues to undergo rapid evolution with regard to technological advances in diagnostic and therapeutic options available for our companion animals.