A new veterinary neurologist has joined Animal Emergency and Special Center’s neurology team. Chelsie Estey, MSc, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) started at AESC in Parker, Colorado in February.
Dr. Estey received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at the Atlantic Veterinary College and completed a small animal rotating internship at Georgia Veterinary Specialists. After her internship, Dr. Estey completed a neurology and neurosurgery residency at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals. Dr. Estey is a board-certified neurologist who practiced for several years in upstate New York prior to joining the team at AESC.
AESC is excited to have Dr. Estey as part of their team. Her clinical interests include seizures and congenital, infectious, and inflammatory brain diseases.
Dr. Estey will join Dr. Curtis Probst, DVM, DACVS, DACVIM (Neurology) on the neurology team. AESC’s neurology department is able to diagnose neurological disorders with an on-site 1.5 Tesla MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) machine, CT scan, and radiography.
AESC’s neurologists routinely treat seizures, brain, and spinal cord tumors, encephalitis, intervertebral disc disease, head trauma, neuromuscular disease and disorders of the vestibular system, among many other conditions.
With advanced equipment, surgical procedures, and treatment options at their fingertips, the neurology team at AESC has been able to help many animals with a variety of neurological conditions.
If your pet is in need of neurological care, contact AESC at 720-842-5050 to set up an appointment with one of their experienced neurologists. AESC also offers a wide variety of services, including 24/7 emergency and critical care for animals in the event of a veterinary emergency. The ER is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year and provides compassionate veterinary care to animals in need, no matter what time it is.