5th – September 2022, Mantra Legends, Gold Coast QLD
Presenters: Dr Mark Glyde BVSc MACVSc MVS HDipUTL DipECVS and Dr Lucas Beierer BVSc GradDipEd MVetSurg DACVS-SA Registered Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
Locking bone plates are now being used regularly in Veterinary Orthopaedics. They reflect an evolution in the principles of application, design and biomechanics from the traditional dynamic compression plates. They’d however carry their own specific principles of application and cannot be treated in the same way a traditional DCP is applied. An understanding of the nuances of clinical use is necessary to enhance clinical success.
This workshop is an additional event held after the Vi Symposium 2022. For more information or to register, download the brochure or visit the Symposium website below.
About Dr Mark Glyde
BVSc MACVSc MVS HDipUTL DipECVS
Mark is Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery at Murdoch University and heads the orthopaedic and neurosurgery referral service.
Mark holds a Masters degree in Veterinary Surgery, is a Member of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists in small animal surgery, a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons and is an Australian, European and RCVS registered Specialist Small Animal Surgeon.
He is an internationally recognised and awarded teacher with a passion for training veterinary undergraduates and postgraduate veterinarians. His main clinical interests are in small animal lameness, agility and performance/working dogs, minimally invasive orthopaedic surgery, fracture repair, arthroscopy, hip replacements and angular
limb deformity correction.
Mark is also the Chair of AOVET Asia Pacific and is on the AOVET International Board and the AOVET Education Commission.
His main research interests are in fracture and implant biomechanics, particularly minimally invasive fracture repair and in veterinary kinetics of agility and sporting dogs.
About Dr Lucas Beierer
BVSc GradDipEd MVetSurg DACVS-SA Registered Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
Lucas graduated as a veterinarian from the University of Queensland and immediately undertook a rotating internship at Queensland Veterinary Specialists. Surgical internships then followed in Adelaide and Perth, part of which involved a tertiary qualification in adult education.
He undertook a residency in Small Animal Surgery at Murdoch University whilst also completing a Masters of Veterinary Surgery looking at the biomechanics of locking plates.
Lucas was accepted by examination as a Member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists (Surgery chapter) in 2011. He became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons – Small Animal in 2015 and an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Orthopaedics in 2016. He has spent several years working in the Northwest of England prior to making the decision to return home to Brisbane. He has a broad array of surgical training and clinical experiences, enabling him to offer the very best to QVS clients and to his CPD students. He is certified to perform Total Hip Replacements and has extensive experience in minimally invasive traumatology.