Pet TPLO Surgery
Understanding Pet TPLO Surgery
TPLO, or Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy, emerges as a crucial surgical intervention for managing cruciate ligament injuries in dogs, a prevalent orthopedic concern associated with lameness and pain that adversely affects a pet’s well-being. This surgical approach seeks to enhance the quality of life for your canine companion by restructuring the tibia, thereby stabilizing the knee joint and mitigating discomfort.
The TPLO procedure involves a meticulous assessment of the knee’s anatomy by our skilled veterinarians, who strategically modify the tibial plateau to diminish stress on the joint. This thoughtful adjustment stabilizes the knee, fostering smoother and pain-free mobility for your beloved pet. With a solid track record, TPLO surgery is a validated and effective method for addressing cruciate ligament issues in dogs, offering a reliable solution to improve their overall health and vitality.
Benefits of TPLO Surgery
Improved Joint Stability
The TPLO procedure improves joint stability, allowing your pet to move more freely and participate in usual activities without pain or constraint.
Enhanced Quality of Life
TPLO surgery enhances your pet’s overall quality of life by resolving cruciate ligament problems, fostering a more active and pleasurable existence.
Reduced Arthritic Changes
TPLO surgery prevents long-term joint degradation by slowing the progression of arthritic changes in the afflicted knee.
When is TPLO Surgery Necessary?
When a dog suffers cruciate ligament injuries that cause prolonged lameness, difficulty standing, or aversion to physical activity, TPLO surgery is advised. If you see these symptoms in your pet, it is best to consult with one of our veterinarians for a full checkup.