I am frequently asked if will create a TPLO course. It is important that the surgery taught in a workshop can be taught with a high success rate with a reasonable learning curve, uses basic surgical skills. Many general practitioners do not have a level of comfort with using an orthopedic drill and bone saw. These are important skills to have in order to do a TPLO. The TPLO also requires more precision in surgery than many other surgeries; precision can be difficult to achieve and can result in post-operative complications when not achieved. The TPLO is an elective procedure, it is not a life saving or limb sparing procedure. Watch the video for more information on learning the TPLO.
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