World-Class Pet Treatment in Wisconsin
Our Internists Provide Compassionate Care Combined With Competent Experience
Our board-certified Small Animal Internists, Jennifer Brinson, DVM, DACVIM and Kelley Balog, DVM, DACVIM, and Internal Medicine Specialist, Anisha Jambhekar, DVM, provide high quality specialized care as an extension of your veterinarian's services. They are experts at diagnosing and treating the most complex and serious diseases. They have advanced training in performing and interpreting many advanced procedures including, but not limited to those listed below, to ensure your pet receives the best possible care and treatment options.
Endoscopy is the visual inspection of the interior of various body systems through a small tube containing fiber optics. The endoscope is inserted into an orifice allowing an internist to view inside internal organs. Sometimes the procedure is simply for diagnostic purposes such as collecting biopsy specimens and other times the procedure is used for treatment purposes, such as balloon dilation, stent placement or removal of a foreign object. There are many types of endoscopy we provide; upper and lower gastrointestinal tract, nasal cavity, respiratory tract and urinary tract.
Collection of samples of the bone marrow tissue are helpful in determining the cause of anemia or other blood cell disorders.
Used to treat hyperthyroidism in cats, this program is only one of two offered in the state of Wisconsin. The treatment injection is a simple and effective way to treat hyperthyroidism in cats and is 94% curative, with no long-term medication, special diets, or surgery.
Our internists have expertise in choosing appropriate advanced tests to diagnose and treat diseases that are Gastrointestinal, Respiratory, Urinary (kidney, bladder), Liver, Endocrine (diabetes, thyroid, pancreas, hormone), Immune-mediated, blood disorder, and infectious diseases.
Transfusion medicine consists of determining when a blood transfusion is appropriate, providing the specific type of blood products that are needed, and closely monitoring patient response to transfusion.