Telemedicine



Dear Veterinarians and Veterinary Nurses,

We recognise that the field of pain management is constantly evolving. Our telemedicine service offers consultations on both acute and chronic pain management. 

For chronic pain cases in dogs and cats we will review the case and make recommendations to you via email. We recommend a comprehensive approach to chronic pain management and will always consider every option to suit the individual pet and their owner. You remain in control of the case and we provide advice based on your information. 

Are you ready to update your practice protocols on acute analgesic management? Let us guide you through the current literature and provide solutions to bring your team up to speed with the latest knowledge. 

 

Our telemedicine service sits alongside all of the free information we provide to give you and your team access to specialist pain management, anywhere in the world. 

 

We look forward to working with you!

Dr Matt Gurney and Dr Carl Bradbrook

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Carl Bradbrook (BVSc CertVA MRCVS DECVAA) is a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia and upskills multiple British specialist hospitals on advanced treatments for critical care patients. In 2009 Carl established ACE Vets, a UK based anaesthesia consultancy service. Carl is a popular and devoted speaker who shares his expertise with global audiences.

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Matthew Gurney (BVSc CertVA DECVAA MRCVS) is an internationally respected British anaesthetist. A specialist in anaesthesia and analgesia, Matthew trained at the University of Liverpool Veterinary School and now works in private referral practice in the UK. Matt is passionate about pain management, lectures on the subject globally and is the author of many international anaesthesia publications.

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