Orthopedic Surgery

Elbow Dysplasia


The elbow is a complex joint made up of three bones, the humerus in the upper arm and the radius and ulna in the lower forearm. The radius is the weight bearing bone in the forearm, and the top of the radius is flat and supports the humerus. The top of the ulna curves around the humerus to allow the normal movements of the elbow joint. Read more about Elbow Dysplasia

Total Hip Replacement


A total hip replacement is generally performed in larger dogs with severe degenerative joint disease (DJD). Canine hip dysplasia is the most common reason for the degeneration of the hip joint, however other causes such as trauma may result in severe DJD and the need for joint replacement. Read more about Total Hip Replacement