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BSAVA Manual of Small Animal Fracture Repair and Management, co-edited by Willows Specialist!
14 July 2016
Willows are not only passionate about caring for your pets and providing outstanding healthcare – we are also passionate about sharing our knowledge with referring vets and helping to train the vets of the future.
Within the practice, we have a team of highly trained and skilled veterinary Specialists working in a number of disciplines. Our Specialist vets have national and international reputations and most have written scientific papers, published in text books and regularly speak at local, national and international meetings. As well as offering continuing education to other members of our profession, our vets regularly attend scientific meetings in order to keep up-to-date in their specific fields of expertise. When required, they travel to the USA and Europe learning new techniques and exchanging ideas with other international experts.
The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) exists to promote excellence in small animal practice through education and Science. They publish manuals on a wide range of small animal topics and we are incredibly proud that the 2nd Edition of the BSAVA Manual of Small Animal Fracture Repair and Management, that was launched at BSAVA Congress in April this year, has been co-edited by Toby Gemmill, Willows’ orthopaedic Specialist and Clinical Director, and Dylan Clements of the University of Edinburgh.
Toby Gemmill BVSc MVM DSAS(Orth) DipECVS MRCVS
RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Orthopaedics)
European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
Chapters from the original manual, first published in 1998, have been extensively updated and several new chapters introduced covering emerging areas such as minimally invasive fracture surgery. A panel of renowned authors from the UK and overseas have contributed to the manual, bringing with them a huge wealth of practical experience.
The ‘step-by-step’ line drawings that proved so popular in the original manual have been expanded, giving practitioners rapid access to essential information when faced with specific fractures. Co-editor Toby Gemmill said: ‘We are really excited about the launch of this new manual, and hope our readers will find it as useful and inspiring as we found the original almost 20 years ago.’