Join us for an evening of discussions surrounding radiographic interpretations of orthopaedic disease presented by Dr Richard Mitchell.
In this seminar, we will review commonly submitted X-rays associated with orthopaedic conditions to our radiographic reporting service. Radiographs are an essential tool for at least the initial evaluation of common orthopaedic diseases, including elbows, shoulders, hips and stifles. Whilst definitive diagnosis is not always possible with plain radiographs, interpretation of radiographic changes seen in the various disease conditions will dramatically improve your diagnostic ability. These changes can be subtle and easily missed if knowledge of these is not available.
Our guest speaker Dr Richard Mitchell is a specialist in Small Animal Surgery. Having passed the European College of Veterinary Surgeons Specialists examinations, he is now a registered specialist in both Australasia and Europe. Dr Mitchell graduated from Massey University in 1990 and after a short stint in practice in New Zealand travelled to the UK where some years were spent travelling and working in general practice. He subsequently completed a Small Animal Surgery residency at the University of Bristol in 1998. While he loves all aspects of surgery Dr. Mitchell is most passionate about minimally invasive procedures, joint repair, hip replacement and arthroscopic surgeries.
We hope to see you there!