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Our Services Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery
Orthopaedic Surgery

Our team of veterinary surgeons have extensive experience in complicated bone and joint surgical procedures. We are continuously expanding our options and undergoing training to incorporate the latest advances in surgical techniques, to be able to offer you and your pet more options and a better quality of life. Procedures that we offer include - 

    Hip Joint Surgery
    Biomedtrix* Total Hip Replacement 
    Femoral Head and Neck Excisional Arthroplasty
    Toggle Pin Placement
    Triple and Double Pelvic Osteotomy (TPO/DPO)
    Juvenile Pelvic Symphodiesis 

 
Total Hip Replacement

    Cruciate Ligament Surgery

    Cora Based Levelling Ostectomies (CBLO)
    Rapid Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (Rapid TTA) 
    Extracapsular Cruciate Repair 
    Cranial Closing Wedge Ostectomies (CCWO)
  


    CBLO Cruciate repair

    Patella Luxation 
    Trochlear Sulcoplasty with Tibial Tuberosity Transplantation
    Distal Femoral Osteotomy and Plating 
    Kyon PGR Patella Groove Replacement

 
     
PGR Patella replacement with TTA  

    Fracture Stabilisation and Repair
    Locking Plate Stabilization using VOI and Fixin systems 
    DCP and Biological Plating 
    External Fixation using Imex Linear and Hybrid Systems and Circular ESF
    Pinning and Wiring 

         
     Imex Linear and Circular Hybrid External Fixation

Neurosurgery (Spinal Surgery)

Many dog breeds in Hong Kong are genetically prone to having spinal problems especially spinal disc prolapse and luxation. In many of these cases it is essential to provide accurate and quick diagnosis followed by surgical intervention to allow these animals to have a good chance of recovery. Our surgeons have years of experience in spinal decompression techniques as well as stabilisation techniques in spinal fractures.
    Procedures include: - 
    Cervical Ventral Slot
    Thoracolumbar Mini-Hemilaminectomy
    Dorsal Laminectomy
    Fractures stabilisation using screws wires and plates

 
    
Spinal Stabilization in Miniature Pinscher using Pins and Cement