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Examination and laboratory testing are used to determine the cause of seizures, as well as acute management of problem seizures. Long-term seizure management often involves your primary care veterinarian and a veterinary neurologist working together. Yearly examinations and frequent laboratory testing are recommended for seizure management.
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Neurology

At VCA Animal Referral and Emergency Center our specialty teams are capable of diagnosing and managing certain neurologic cases. If your pet is experiencing any issues such as epilepsy, herniated disks, spinal and head injuries, meningitis, and/or cancers of the nervous system please bring your pet immediately.

While your primary care veterinarian can diagnose and treat many health problems, certain diseases and conditions require the care of a doctor who has had specialized, intensive training in veterinary neurology in order to provide the very best outcome for your pet. If your pet is in need of a veterinary neurology specialist, please give us a call so we may assist you in finding a facility near you that offers this service.

Our Neurology Services

Dorsal Laminectomy (cervical and lumbosacral)
Hemilaminectomy
Non-Surgical Spinal Cord Disease Diagnosis and Management
Seizure Diagnosis and Management

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