At VetMed in Sydney, we believe that your pet should be taken care of as if they were family. That’s why we are dedicated to providing a range of cross-disciplinary specialties that give your pet the best possible care. We offer a pet surgery at our locations in Sydney—Randwick, Northbridge and Lindfield—that can handle the least invasive to the most complicated procedures.

Minimally Invasive Surgery

Minimally invasive procedures are perfect for pets because they promote rapid diagnosis, repair, healing and they are not as uncomfortable for the pet. The procedures are performed through tiny incisions instead of just one large opening. Some of the techniques include:

  • Arthroscopy: Used to visualise, diagnose and treat joint disease
  • Laparoscopy: Used to view internal organs and treat certain abdominal conditions.

Orthopedic Surgery

Our veterinary surgeons treat congenital and acquired bone, joint and spine injuries. Some conditions that we treat are:

  • Fracture of joint (shoulder, elbow, knee)
  • Dislocated kneecap
  • Cranial cruciate ligament rupture
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Sprains, strains or trauma to soft tissue

Our Pet Surgeons

Our staff is comprised of certified and experienced veterinary surgeons who all collaborate with specialists in other disciplines like oncology, radiology, critical care and internal medicine. We take a holistic and personalised approach to your pet’s surgery so that we can provide the overall best outcome. Our team is dedicated to giving your pet the best care possible.

Talk to the pet surgery at VetMed today to discuss your pet’s options for surgical procedures. Call us at one of our three Sydney locations in Randwick, Northbridge or Lindfield, or book an appointment online today.

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