Musculoskeletal Disease

Every step matters

The musculoskeletal system consists of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles. Orthopaedic specialists in both veterinary and human medicine treat a vast range of patients of all ages and from all walks of life, to treat deformities, joint complaints trauma and disease.

Humans have a muscles and skeletons. Animals have muscles and skeletons.

Everyday there are advancements and research breakthroughs in both veterinary and human medicine, yet at present neither profession collaborates to share their information that would progress treatments and procedures in the field of musculoskeletal disease for the benefit of humans and animals simultaneously

Name: Oscar
Species: Cat
Age: Seven years old
Condition: Double Limb amputation
Name: John
Species: Human
Age: 26 years old
Condition: Double Limb amputation

Is it right that today, cats and dogs like Oscar have access to significantly more advanced treatments and procedures than John, helping them to live a pain-free and active life?

Is it right that we continue to test human medical advancements on otherwise healthy laboratory animals, often for human only benefit when we have clinical patients like Oscar who has successfully gone on to live a life on four legs?

Every step matters as we redefine the landscape of opportunity for healthcare for humans and animals.

One Problem One Solution

ONE MEDICINE FOR HUMANS AND ANIMALS

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