Pet Orthopedic & Soft Tissue Surgery

At Niguel Animal Care Center, we specialize in orthopedic and soft tissue surgery for pets. Our experienced veterinary team uses innovative surgical treatments to ensure your beloved animals’ well-being by treating various orthopedic and soft tissue disorders.
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The Importance of Pet Dentistry

Understanding pet orthopedic and soft tissue surgery is pivotal in comprehending the range of care our veterinary team can provide for your pets. Pet orthopedic surgery is designed to tackle musculoskeletal challenges, including injuries, fractures, or joint problems. These interventions aim to restore functionality and alleviate pain, ultimately enhancing your pet’s quality of life. Our experienced team is well-versed in handling various surgical procedures, ensuring your pet receives personalized and effective care for their musculoskeletal issues.

On the other hand, soft tissue surgery is equally crucial for addressing non-bony structures within your pet’s body. From tumor removal to gastrointestinal procedures and reproductive surgeries, our veterinary team possesses the expertise to navigate a spectrum of soft tissue surgeries. This comprehensive approach ensures that your pet’s health and comfort are prioritized, offering solutions for various health issues affecting their organs, muscles, and other non-bony structures.

Benefits of Pet Orthopedic and Soft Tissue Surgery

Improved Mobility

Orthopedic surgery improves your pet’s mobility by correcting musculoskeletal disorders that may be limiting their mobility. This is especially useful for pets who have fractures, ligament injuries, or joint difficulties.

Enhanced Quality of Life

Both orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries contribute to an improved quality of life for your pet by alleviating pain and resolving health issues. These procedures aim to restore normal function and provide relief from discomfort.

When to Consider Pet Orthopedic and Soft Tissue Surgery

If your pet has trouble moving, is in pain, or has irregular organ function, it may be time to consider orthopedic or soft tissue surgery. Soft tissue surgery may also be required if your pet has been diagnosed with problems such as tumors or reproductive disorders.