Brian S. Beale
DVM, Dipl ACVS
Dr. Brian Beale is a board-certified surgeon with Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists in Houston, Texas (www.gcvs.com). He joined them in 1992 after completing his residency and serving on the faculty of the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Beale has a special interest in arthroscopy, minimally-invasive surgery, fracture repair, treatment of arthritis and pain management. He published frequently and is also a coauthor of the textbook Small Animal Arthroscopy. Dr. Beale is a frequent invited speaker to local, national and international meetings and has lectured frequently in Europe, Asia and Latin America. He is a past-president of the Veterinary Orthopedic Society and the Gulf Coast Veterinary Foundation. He was awarded Specialty Practitioner of the Year in 2010 by the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Beale’s is devoted to the care of pets with orthopedic, musculoskeletal and arthritic disorders. Dr. Beale uses arthroscopy to treat many disorders of the shoulder, elbow, carpus, hip, knee and hock. Dr. Beale is also a diplomate with the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. When not practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Beale enjoys tennis, golf and all outdoor sports. He loves to travel and meet new people around the world.

Lectures

Thu 27 May
Thu 27 May
15:00-15:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Tricks to successful management of patellar luxation in small dogs and cats
Thu 27 May
Thu 27 May
16:00-16:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Hip dislocation – Ehmer sling, open reduction, FHO or THR?
Thu 27 May
Thu 27 May
17:00-17:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Shoulder lameness: what’s causing it and how do I treat it
Thu 27 May
Thu 27 May
18:00-18:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Orthopedic disasters – trying to come out smelling like a rose
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
15:00-15:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Decision-making tips for fracture repair
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
16:00-16:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Simple ways to treat complex fractures for the practitioner
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
17:00-17:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Sacro iliac luxation and fractures of the pelvis – conservative or surgical management?
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
18:00-18:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Humeral condyle fractures - techniques to increase success
Brian S. Beale
DVM, Dipl ACVS
Dr. Brian Beale is a board-certified surgeon with Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists in Houston, Texas (www.gcvs.com). He joined them in 1992 after completing his residency and serving on the faculty of the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Beale has a special interest in arthroscopy, minimally-invasive surgery, fracture repair, treatment of arthritis and pain management. He published frequently and is also a coauthor of the textbook Small Animal Arthroscopy. Dr. Beale is a frequent invited speaker to local, national and international meetings and has lectured frequently in Europe, Asia and Latin America. He is a past-president of the Veterinary Orthopedic Society and the Gulf Coast Veterinary Foundation. He was awarded Specialty Practitioner of the Year in 2010 by the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. Dr. Beale’s is devoted to the care of pets with orthopedic, musculoskeletal and arthritic disorders. Dr. Beale uses arthroscopy to treat many disorders of the shoulder, elbow, carpus, hip, knee and hock. Dr. Beale is also a diplomate with the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. When not practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Beale enjoys tennis, golf and all outdoor sports. He loves to travel and meet new people around the world.
Thu 27 May
Thu 27 May
15:00-15:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Tricks to successful management of patellar luxation in small dogs and cats
Thu 27 May
Thu 27 May
16:00-16:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Hip dislocation – Ehmer sling, open reduction, FHO or THR?
Thu 27 May
Thu 27 May
17:00-17:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Shoulder lameness: what’s causing it and how do I treat it
Thu 27 May
Thu 27 May
18:00-18:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Orthopedic disasters – trying to come out smelling like a rose
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
15:00-15:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Decision-making tips for fracture repair
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
16:00-16:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Simple ways to treat complex fractures for the practitioner
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
17:00-17:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Sacro iliac luxation and fractures of the pelvis – conservative or surgical management?
Sat 29 May
Sat 29 May
18:00-18:30 UTC+2
Orthopedics
Humeral condyle fractures - techniques to increase success
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