Professional Advice - Central Texas Veterinary Specialty Hospital
This department is staffed by Dr. Sharon Theisen, Dr. Lori Locke-Bohannon and Dr. Peter Bondy Jr.Each of our internal medicine specialists has completed an internship and internal medicine residency after receiving their Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. The Small Animal Internal Medicine Residency program involves three years of specialized medical training in a program sponsored by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). The ACVIM is a governing body that both supervises the training and certifies the participants of the program.
The Internal Medicine Department is able to address abnormalities with the gastrointestinal, urinary,cardiac, respiratory, hematologic (blood), endocrine and neurologic systems. Internists can help diagnose and treat patients with difficult or multiple problems. The department is equipped with X-Ray, ultrasound (sonogram), video-endoscopy, bronchoscopy, rhinoscopy, colonoscopy, blood pressure measurement, and ECG capabilities. The safest anesthetics and continuous monitoring are used if sedation or anesthesia is required for diagnosis or treatment of your pet.
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