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Anesthesiology & Pain Management

September 10, 2020

Anesthesiology & Pain Management

What does it mean to be a board-certified anesthesiologist? Becoming a board-certified anesthesiologist requires an additional four years of training after veterinary school. This includes a year-long internship followed by a three-year residency program providing ...

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Rehabilitation

May 11, 2020

Rehabilitation

Our Rehabilitation Service is here to help treat your beloved pet with comprehensive pain management, rehabilitation, acupuncture, and rehabilitative support for a variety of musculoskeletal, orthopedic, neurologic, and systemic disorders. Rehabilitation Services include (but are ...

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Critical Care

January 30, 2019

Critical Care

Having board-certified criticalists on staff is a unique benefit that sets AESC apart from other emergency hospitals. A board-certified criticalist is an experienced emergency veterinarian that has successfully completed additional training and evaluation in the ...

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24/7 Emergency Care

November 26, 2018

24/7 Emergency Care

We offer around-the-clock emergency care for pets experiencing health issues that require immediate attention. Emergencies can be scary and confusing, and they all too often occur suddenly during times when your family veterinarian is unavailable. ...

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Internal Medicine

November 26, 2018

Internal Medicine

When your pet is experiencing symptoms of discomfort that cannot be seen externally and have been difficult for your family veterinarian to diagnose, he or she may refer you to a board-certified internist for further ...

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Neurology & Neurosurgery

November 26, 2018

Neurology & Neurosurgery

There are neurologists for animals? Today, there certainly are—and we have full-time board-certified neurology specialists on staff. Veterinary neurologists treat the injuries and illnesses that affect some of your pet’s most delicate structures: the brain, ...

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Oncology

November 26, 2018

Oncology

Although no pet parent wants to receive a cancer diagnosis, recent advancements in veterinary medicine mean treatment options are growing and more effective than ever. We’re up to date on the latest approaches to improving ...

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Surgery

November 26, 2018

Surgery

What is a Board-Certified Veterinary Surgeon? A board-certified veterinary surgeon, or veterinary surgery specialist, is a veterinarian who has pursued an additional four years of advanced surgical training and passed a rigorous specialty examination. With ...

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Cardiology

December 10, 2018

Cardiology

A veterinary cardiologist diagnoses and offers treatment options for patients with heart-related diseases. Heart conditions are present at birth or develop with age through no fault of your own, especially in certain susceptible breeds. While ...

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Diagnostics, Imaging & Radiology

December 10, 2018

Diagnostics, Imaging & Radiology

Part of the challenge for a veterinarian is that we cannot ask pets, “Where does it hurt?” or “What seems to be the problem?” Modern veterinary medicine has worked hard to compensate for this lack ...

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