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Medially Luxating Patella (MLP)

MLP is a condition that affects the knee joint in both humans and animals, particularly dogs. It occurs when the kneecap (patella) moves out of its normal position within the groove of the femur (thigh bone) where it should glide smoothly.

In MLP, the kneecap tends to shift towards the inside (medially), causing discomfort, pain, and potential damage to the surrounding structures such as cartilage. This condition can lead to lameness, difficulty in walking or running, and overall mobility issues.

Our MyOwnVet Veterinary orthopaedic specialists are experienced in diagnosing and treating MLP to alleviate the symptoms and improve the quality of life for affected animals.

Medially Luxating Patella can be the culprit behind your pet’s knee pain and cartilage damage!

Limb Fractures

Limb fractures in pets refer to breaks or fractures that occur in the bones of the front or back legs. These fractures can result from trauma, accidents, or other causes, causing pain, limping, and difficulty in walking or bearing weight on the affected limb.

A veterinary evaluation is crucial to diagnose and treat limb fractures appropriately, which may involve immobilisation, casting, or surgical intervention to facilitate proper healing and restore mobility.

Your pet’s legs deserve the best care. Witness the power of stainless-steel plates in aiding the recovery process. It’s truly remarkable!

Pelvic Fractures

Pelvic fractures in pets are breaks or fractures that occur in the bones of the pelvic region, commonly caused by trauma or accidents. They can lead to pain, difficulty walking, swelling, and other symptoms.

Prompt veterinary attention is necessary to assess the severity and determine the appropriate treatment, which may include surgery or conservative management.

Most common fractures, but guess what? Surgery might not be necessary! Our experts will determine the ideal treatment plan for your furry friend.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Tears in pets refer to partial or complete tears in the ligament that connects the femur (thigh bone) to the tibia (shin bone) in the knee joint.

Pets with ACL tears often experience difficulty bearing weight on the injured leg and may hold it up or limp noticeably. It is important to seek veterinary care promptly if you suspect your pet has an ACL tear.

A veterinarian can perform a thorough examination, potentially including diagnostic imaging, to confirm the diagnosis and assess the severity of the injury.

Hip Dislocation

Whether caused by sudden trauma or underlying hip dysplasia, our experts are here to reveal the secrets of this common condition and provide effective treatment options for your pet. 

Rest assured that we prioritise your pet’s comfort and well-being, and our comprehensive approach ensures the best possible outcome. Discover how we can help your furry friend regain mobility and live a pain-free life.

Patella Tendon Tear

Our orthopaedic specialists understand the complexities of the patella tendon disruption and talk to you about how our specialised team can restore stability and alleviate your pet’s pain.

By understanding the intricacies of this condition, we offer tailored treatment options to promote healing and enhance your furry friend’s well-being.

MyOwnVet offers Orthopaedic Services for Dogs in Brisbane:

At MyOwnVet Vet Surgery, we are the masters of specialized orthopaedic services for your beloved dogs. With over a decade’s worth of experience, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality of life for your furry companions. From MLP to fractures, we guarantee the most exceptional treatment, ensuring a pain-free life for your best friend.

Our Top Orthopaedic Services for Dogs:

Orthopaedic services for Dogs MyOwnVet

  • Dog Hip Dysplasia
  • Dog Luxating Patella
  • Dog Elbow Dysplasia
  • Dog Hypothyroidism
  • Puppy Hip Dysplasia
  • Hypothyroidism in Puppies
  • Dog Disc Disease
  • Dog TPLO

Purrfect Orthopaedic Care for Cats in Brisbane:

Orthopaedic Care For Cats MyOwnVetOur orthopaedic experts are here to deliver world-class treatment for your feline friends. With cutting-edge technology and comprehensive procedures, we ensure precise diagnoses, effective treatments, and compassionate after-care. Whether urgent or not, we offer immediate assistance to minimise your cat’s pain and discomfort.


Embark on Our Exceptional Orthopaedic Services for Cats:

  • Cat Hypothyroidism
  • Hypothyroidism in Kittens
  • Cat Fracture
  • Cat Hip Dysplasia
  • Cat Luxating Patella
  • Kitten Hip Dysplasia

Don’t let your pet suffer in silence! Experience the transformative power of our orthopaedic vet surgery services in Brisbane. Act now and let us restore their joyous mobility!”

Orthopedic Surgery Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How can orthopaedic vet surgery help my pet?

Orthopaedic vet surgery specialises in treating bone-related injuries and medical conditions in pets. Our expert team utilises their skills to provide the necessary treatments, such as surgery or non-surgical approaches, to help your pet recover from broken bones, fractures, and other orthopaedic issues.

What is Medially Luxating Patella (MLP)?

Medially Luxating Patella is a condition where the kneecap moves out of place from within the knee. This can cause pain and cartilage wear. Our orthopaedic team is experienced in diagnosing and treating MLP to alleviate your pet’s discomfort.

What are Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Tears?

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tears occur when there is a partial or complete tear in the ligament that connects the femur to the knee. This can lead to pain and immediate lameness. Our orthopaedic experts are skilled in addressing ACL tears to restore your pet’s mobility.

Are all pelvic fractures treated with surgery?

No, not all pelvic fractures require surgery. Our team will examine your pet and determine the most suitable treatment plan, which may include non-surgical approaches for certain types of pelvic fractures.

How are limb fractures treated?

Limb fractures in pets can be treated through various methods, including the use of stainless-steel plates to aid in the recovery process. Our orthopaedic team will assess the fracture and recommend the most appropriate treatment option for your pet’s specific situation.

What causes hip dislocation in pets?

Hip dislocation can occur due to sudden and severe trauma, such as a car accident. However, it can also be caused by conditions like hip dysplasia, even without significant trauma. Our orthopaedic experts have experience in diagnosing and treating hip dislocation to improve your pet’s comfort and well-being.

What is a patella tendon tear?

A patella tendon tear is a disruption of the tendon between the kneecap (patella) and the top of the tibia, where the patella tendon attaches. Our orthopaedic team can diagnose and provide appropriate treatment options to address patella tendon tears in pets.

How are anconeal fractures treated?

Anconeal fractures involve fractures of the “hook” at the end of the ulna, which helps stabilise the elbow joint. Our orthopaedic specialists can determine the best course of action for treating anconeal fractures, whether through surgical intervention or other suitable treatments.

Can you provide orthopedic services for dogs and cats with other conditions?

Absolutely! Our orthopedic vet surgery services extend to a range of conditions and injuries in both dogs and cats. From hip dysplasia and luxating patella to hypothyroidism and fractures, we offer comprehensive treatment options tailored to your pet’s specific needs.

How experienced is your orthopedic team?

Our orthopaedic team boasts over a decade’s worth of experience in assessments, examinations, treatments, and post-treatment care for pets with orthopaedic issues. You can trust their expertise in delivering the highest quality of care to your furry friends.

If you have any additional questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact our knowledgeable team. We’re here to help your pet regain their mobility and live a happy, pain-free life!