Medicine fortunately advances by leaps and bounds. Obviously, this also benefits veterinary science. The advances that today have an effective application in humans tomorrow will be adapted to animals, as is the case of arthroscopy. José Rial, the director of the veterinary hospital AniCura Marina Baixa, is a regular at various conferences on this subject, such as the National Congress of Veterinary Traumatology that was held last week.
Veterinarian José Rial is responsible for traumatology, neurosurgery, CT scanner and endoscopy at the veterinary hospital AniCura Marina Baixa. Thanks to his wide experience and his complete dedication to veterinary medicine he has become one of the greatest experts in this sector. For this reason he is regularly called to give courses and conferences around the world, where he shows his skills and teaches other veterinarians his techniques. This month José Rial has been a teacher in the arthroscopy course that took place this weekend at the Veterinary School of León during the National Congress of Veterinary Traumatology, collaborating in the dissemination of the latest veterinary advances.
But what is arthroscopy?
José Rial shows great interest in minimally invasive surgery and regenerative medicine, so it is not surprising that he has decided to specialise in the technique of arthroscopy. Arthroscopy is a type of endoscopy that consists of the introduction of a small instrument in the form of a tube used to visualise the interior of an articulation. Arthroscopy has two purposes: to carry out a diagnosis and therapy, treating or healing the joint.
If you are interested in this or other treatments, such as the prevention of leishmaniasis, rehabilitation and physiotherapy of pets or hip replacement in dogs, contact the veterinary hospital AniCura Marina Baixa. José Rial and his team of highly qualified professional veterinarians will gladly assist you through the telephone number +34 966 860 669, the email firstname.lastname@example.org or at the clinic, located at Paseo Mitja Llegua, 17, in Alfaz del Pi (Alicante), between Benidorm and Altea. For more information please visit their website and Facebook profile.