Hip Luxation Veterinary Surgical Procedure – Toggle your Hips!
Repairing coxofemoral luxations from start to finish using toggle pin technique!!
Hip Luxation Veterinary Surgery Procedure- Course
Repair hip luxations using toggle pin technique from start to finish. Learn how to supllement the repair using ileofemoral suture. Note price is in $US.
Toggle pin - Course Description
Video of sciatic notch test
Workup - Physical examination findings, diagnostic workup
CLOSED REDUCTION OF COXOFEMORAL LUXATION procedure
Closed reduction of craniodorsal luxation
Closed reduction of caudoventral luxation
SURGERY AND AFTERCARE procedure
Surgical procedure for Craniolateral Luxation
Surgical procedure for Caudoventral Luxation
Craniodorsal procedure checklist PDF
Caudoventral procedure checklist PDF
EXCITING craniodorsal luxation procedure VIDEOS
Narrated and edited short video of craniodorsal luxation repair
Full length craniodorsal luxation 1
Full length craniodorsal luxation 2
Full length caudoventral luxation 1
Full length caudoventral luxation 2
COURSE EVALUATION SURVEY
Dr. Charles A. Kuntz, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVS
ACVS Founding Fellow of Surgical Oncology
He started Southpaws Specialty Surgery for Animals in 2004 in Melbourne Australia. He set up the first deep radiation therapy unit for animals in Australia which is still the only one in the state of Victoria. Southpaws has grown from just Charles and a single nurse to a mega-practice with over 50 employees including 7 surgeons, 2 residents, 7 interns and over 30 nurses and receptionists.
Charles has lectured internationally on topics including cancer surgery, neurosurgery, urinary surgery, orthopaedic surgery and non-cancer soft tissue surgery as well as leadership in the workplace. He has authored or co-authored over 100 peer reviewed publications, proceedings, abstracts and book chapters. He also started the SouthpawsVet youtube channel in which has pioneered live-streaming surgery in animals with over 15,000 subscribers and over 2 million views.
Charles is married to Dr. Kate Savage, a specialist in equine internal medicine and has three sons who are all in medical school. The furry love of his life is Humphrey, a 15 month old black Labrador.