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Veterinary Neurology

If you have been referred to our hospital for neurological care, please call us at (941) 355-2884 today to make an appointment.

What is Veterinary Neurology?

Veterinary neurologists are highly-trained veterinarians who specialize in treating the brain, muscles, nerves, and spinal cords of animals. Some issues that may require neurological care are:

  • Birth defects

  • Tumors

  • Seizures

  • Behavioral changes

  • Tremors

  • Odd gaits or other walking issues

  • Paralysis or weakness in the limbs

  • Abnormal head tilting

  • Spinal column injuries

At Animal ER of University Park, our state-of-the-art facilities and exceptional veterinary neurology team are fully equipped to treat any of the above concerns.

Our Veterinarians

Our highly-qualified veterinarians have completed specialized training programs to gain the knowledge and skills to provide your pet with the neurological care they need. Learn more about the exceptional team at Animal ER of University Park in Bradenton, FL.

David Holifield

MDVM

Grecia Corredor

DVM

Rhiannon Lewis

DVM

Emilie Viebranz

DVM

Bio coming soon!

David Holifield

MDVM

Grecia Corredor

DVM

Rhiannon Lewis

DVM

Emilie Viebranz

DVM

Bio coming soon!

What to Expect

When your pet is referred to a veterinary neurologist, there are a variety of procedures that may be recommended:

  • MRI: a medical imaging technique that generates internal images which may be performed to diagnose various brain, spinal cord, and nerve diseases.

  • CT scan: an enhanced x-ray imaging technique that may be done to diagnose a variety of internal problems.

  • Biopsy: a medical test that involves extracting a small sample of cells or tissue that may be required to determine if a tumor or other abnormal growth is cancerous.

  • Spinal tap: a specialized procedure in which a needle is inserted into an animal's spinal canal to collect cerebrospinal fluid, which can help a veterinary neurologist diagnose a wide range of problems.

After your pet has been evaluated by one of our skilled neurologists and received a diagnosis, we will work with you and your primary care veterinarian to develop a treatment plan and determine if medication, surgery, or physical therapy may be recommended for your pet. If you have any questions about the neurological services we offer, please call us at (941) 355-2884 or fill out our Contact Us form to reach us by email.

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