Veterinary Neurology: A Resource for Your Pet and the Community
Advanced medical care isn’t just for humans—our team of board-certified specialists can offer incredible care to your pet’s emergent or chronic conditions.
Neurology 101: What You Need to Know
Why would my pet need to see a neurologist?
Your pet may need a neurologist if they have a condition or injury that impacts their brain, spine, nerves, or muscles. Some animals need the help of a neurologist when they’ve experienced a trauma and come to our ER—a car accident or terrible fall, for instance. Other patients come to us because they have chronic issues that need specialized support, like epilepsy.
What conditions do you treat?
- Spinal injures
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Balance issues
- Nerve and muscle conditions
- Chronic pain
Our neurologists work with our emergency team, specialists, and your general practitioner to support a wide-range of conditions. Speak with your general practitioner about your pet’s condition to see if a neurologist is right for them.
Do I need a referral?
No. We accept client-made appointments. Once you have requested a veterinary neurology appointment, we will contact your general practitioner for your pet’s medical records, so please speak with your general practitioner before requesting an appointment.