Presented by Provet Vi Australia
18th & 19th June Sydney
The Sydney Veterinary Training Centre Artarmon, NSW
12th & 13th November Melbourne
The Melbourne Veterinary Training Centre, Keilor Park, VIC
Dr Lucas Beierer BVSc GradDipEd MVetSurg DACVS-SA Registered Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
Dr Chris Tann BVSc BSc (vet) PhD FANZCVS Diplomate ECVS (small animal surgery)
A highly practical two day course dedicated to planning and repairing long bone fractures. This course aims to prepare the participant with the theoretical and practical knowledge to maximise the best case scenario. From fracture planning to intra-operative execution of your plan.
- Fracture planning and repair techniques
- Theory and practical considerations behind locking plates
- Use of ancillary fixation (IM pins, cerclage wire and lag screws)
- Approaches to common long bone fractures (Radius, Femur, Tibia) using cadaveric specimens
- Rehearsal of long bone fracture repair (Radius, Femur, Tibia) of different configurations using cadaveric specimens
About Dr Lucas Beierer
BVSc GradDipEd MVetSurg DACVS-SA Registered Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
Lucas graduated as a veterinarian from the University of Queensland and immediately undertook a rotating internship at Queensland Veterinary Specialists. Surgical internships then followed in Adelaide and Perth, part of which involved a tertiary qualification in adult education.
He undertook a residency in Small Animal Surgery at Murdoch University whilst also completing a Masters of Veterinary Surgery looking at the biomechanics of locking plates.
Lucas was accepted by examination as a Member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (Surgery chapter) in 2011. He became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons – Small Animal in 2015 and an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Orthopaedics in 2016. He has spent several years working in the Northwest of England prior to making the decision to return home to Brisbane. He has a broad array of surgical training and clinical experiences, enabling him to offer the very best to QVS clients and to his CPD students. He is certified to perform Total Hip Replacements and has extensive experience in minimally invasive traumatology.
About Dr Chris Tann
BVSc BSc (vet) PhD FANZCVS Diplomate ECVS (small animal surgery)
Chris is a specialist in small animal surgery based in Sydney, Australia.
He worked in both academia and private referral practice before launching My Surgical Coach, an innovative coaching program designed to bridge the gap between practical workshops and commencing new techniques in clinical practice.
Chris continues to hold academic appointments within the veterinary faculty at the University of Sydney and the medical faculty at the University of New South Wales where he continues teaching and contributing to research programs.
He currently sits on the education commission of AOVET, a not for profit organisation which aims to improve the outcomes of patients with orthopaedic disease across the globe.
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