Visit us at the FitzCafe!
Fitzpatrick Referrals would like to invite you and your practice staff to join us at the FitzCafe at this year’s London Vet Show!
The event will be held at London’s Grand Olympia Hall on 24-25 November and the FitzCafe is located at Stand E40 in the exhibition hall.
Please drop by the FitzCafe to chat to us about any aspect of referral and how we can support your practice in enhancing your offering to clients through access to our groundbreaking surgery, rehabilitation centre, our Outpatient Diagnostic Imaging Service and our CPD for Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Nurses.
Come and chat to our clinicians, veterinary nurses and rehab team, take the opportunity to chill out with our complimentary FitzCafe Slush Puppies and enter our amazing prize draw.
This will be the first year that Fitzpatrick Referrals has attended the show and Noel Fitzpatrick will also lecture at the event.
Noel’s lecture, ‘Management of osteoarthritis in the dog and cat – what you should know’ will seek to explore truths and myths about degenerative joint disease. He will also explore the options for medical management including drug therapy, intra-articular injections, nutritional supplements, physiotherapy including novel modalities such as shockwave and laser therapy and will introduce newer modalities of medical management such as stem cell treatment and autogenous conditioned plasma. Noel will discuss surgical management options including keyhole surgery, osteotomies and new joint replacements. The objective is to explore the full spectrum of management options and equip primary care practitioners with all of the necessary knowledge to discuss these very common but difficult scenarios with clients.
The lecture will take place on Thursday 24 November from 12.15 – 13.15 as part of Clinical Programme 3.
The London Vet Show was launched in 2009, and last year attracted over 2000 delegates. The event aims to “seamlessly blend clinical and commercial insight to support and equip vets, vet practice managers / owners, nurses, and all other veterinary/ healthcare professionals for the challenges ahead.”
For more information about the event, please click here.