Recognizing, Treating Canine Osteoarthritis

July 26, 2017

Bryan Torres, DVM, assistant professor of small animal orthopedic surgery and director of the Motion Analysis Laboratory at the University of Missouri, talks about how the veterinary profession is getting better at recognizing and treating patients with canine osteoarthritis.

Bryan Torres, DVM, assistant professor of small animal orthopedic surgery and director of the Motion Analysis Laboratory at the University of Missouri, talks about how the veterinary profession is getting better at recognizing and treating patients with canine osteoarthritis.

The number of the adult canine population believed to have canine osteoarthritis is 20%, but Torres says this number is old and that it's more likely to be a higher percentage of the population.