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  • Orthopaedic Surgery

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Roundhouse Referrals are able to undertake an extensive range of investigative and surgical orthopaedic procedures

Fracture Repair

We have a wide range of orthopaedic implant systems available to treat everything from simple long-bone to more complex joint fractures.

Lameness Investigation

Challenging and sometimes complex cases may require advanced imaging techniques. With access to arthroscopy and CT Roundhouse Referrals can investigate lameness and develop individual treatment plans to help patients’ recovery.

Growth Deformities

Growth deformities can cause abnormal limb alignment and abnormal loading of joints which predispose to pain and arthritis. X-rays and advanced imaging such as CT and 3D assessment is important to assess these and determine whether surgical management is required, and to plan the technique and procedure used, for example 3D corrective osteotomy and or limb lengthening.

Arthrodesis

In joints that are severely traumatised or have advanced, painful osteoarthritis - fusion is often the most appropriate way of maintaining comfort and function. This may be of specific use to breeds such as Rough Collies and Shelties who are prone to collapse of their carpal and tarsal joints which can be greatly helped by arthrodesis.

Arthroscopic Surgery

Arthroscopy is available to accurately diagnose and assist in the treatment of joint disease, in particular elbow dysplasia, by allowing assessment and removal of the fragmented medial coronoid processes.

Ligament and Tendon Injury

Injury to ligaments or tendons can be because of trauma, or in some breeds (such as Labradors) may be degenerative. Successfully managing these injuries often requires accurate repair of the ligament and rigid stabilisation of the joint with surgical implants while the damaged ligament heals.

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