September CPD for Veterinary Surgeons Spinal Disease in Dogs: Myths and Misconceptions – Dr Noel Fitzpatrick

Published 20.09.11

The Fitzpatrick Referrals lecture series for veterinary surgeons continues this Wednesday, 21 September with Dr Noel Fitzpatrick’s ‘Spinal Disease in Dogs: Myths and Misconceptions’.

This lecture will illustrate multiple new modalities for spinal disease treatment in dogs including new implants and distraction fusion techniques.  However the main emphasis of this lecture will be diagnosis in practice with helpful hints on differentiation from orthopaedic cases and establishing whether medical management and cage rest may be best for some cases while surgical intervention is urgently indicated for others.  The lecture will equip you with all of the necessary facts and figures to help you make the most appropriate decision in the interests of your patient and client.

Lectures to date have been fully subscribed and Fitzpatrick Referrals advises anyone who wishes to attend to book now to guarantee their place.  The lecture will take place on Wednesday 22 September at Fitzpatrick Referrals Conference Centre, Halfway Lane, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 2QQ. 

Refreshments will be available from 7.30pm – 8.00pm and delegates will have the opportunity to take part in a Q & A session following the lecture.  Each lecture counts as two CPD hours.