As more is learned about the pathophysiology of osteoarthritis, we are also becoming more aware of how to implement treatments. This book takes an evidence-based approach to the canine patient with osteoarthritis, pursuing the objective of the best available medicine by a variety of means-multiple drugs, agents, adjuncts and delivery methods. Appreciating that surgical intervention may initially be required, particularly for stabilizing a joint, the major focus in this work is the conservative management of osteoarthritis. A clear and visual approach is taken with the overlapping of two three-pointed triangles of management: medical and non-medical.
New Zealand VMA, Independent Consultant, Albuquerque, USA, Program Chairman (2000-2002), President (2004), Veterinary Orthopedic Society