Thoracic limb lameness. It’s all about the elbow, isn’t it?
Thoracic limb lameness can be challenging problem in small animal practice. It can often be difficult to definitively diagnose the problem. Once a diagnosis is made it is often difficult to know what the best course of action is for treatment. In this lecture James will review some of the common causes of thoracic limb lameness. He will discuss diagnostic tips and tricks that you can use every day in your practice. He will cover some of the traditional approaches to treatment and take a look at some of the newly described methods for managing these sometimes difficult issues.
In case you have missed this webinar, you have the opportunity to watch a recorded version here.
James Simcock BVSc (hons) MACVSc (Internal Med) Diplomate ACVS
James graduated from the University of Melbourne with honors in 2005. Following graduation he worked for 12 months in a busy small animal general practice.
In 2010 James achieved membership to the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists Internal Medicine Chapter. In 2013 he became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons by passing the certification examinations on his first attempt.