Comprehensive Orthopedic Surgery Services at Townsgate Pet Hospital

Townsgate Pet Hospital in Westlake Village, CA, specializes in advanced orthopedic surgery to address a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions affecting pets. Our dedicated team of veterinarians is experienced in providing compassionate care and utilizing cutting-edge surgical techniques to improve your pet's mobility and quality of life.

We offer specialized treatments for cruciate ligament disease, including extracapsular stifle stabilization for CCL injury, tibial tuberosity advancement (TTA), and tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO). These procedures aim to restore stability to the knee joint and alleviate pain associated with ligament injuries.

Types of Orthopedic Surgery:

  • Cruciate Ligament Disease○ Extracapsular Stifle Stabilization for CCL Injury
    ○ Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA)
    ○ Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO)
  • Diseases of the Hip○ Femoral Head Osteotomy (FHA)
    ○ Hip Luxation
    ○ PENN-Hip Evaluation
  • Elbow Dysplasia○ Proximal Abducting Ulnar Osteotomy (PAUL)
    ○ Sliding Humeral Osteotomy (SHO)
  • Fracture Fixation○ External Fixators
    ○ Internal Fixation
  • Patella Luxation○ A luxating patella occurs when the dog patella (kneecap), which normally sits on the groove of the femur (thighbone), shifts out of alignment

Our orthopedic surgery services also encompass the treatment of hip diseases such as femoral head osteotomy (FHA), hip luxation, and PENN-Hip evaluation. Additionally, we provide surgical interventions for elbow dysplasia, including proximal abducting ulnar osteotomy (PAUL) and sliding humeral osteotomy (SHO), to address joint abnormalities and improve function.

Whether your pet has suffered a fracture requiring fixation or is experiencing patella luxation, our team is equipped to provide comprehensive care. We offer both external and internal fixation techniques for fracture repair, as well as surgical correction for patellar luxation to realign the kneecap and restore normal joint function.