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Southpaws Hosts Free Seminar for Referring Veterinarians, Tuesday June 3rd at the Novotel, Glen Waverley.

Free Veterinary Lecture by Southpaws Specialty Surgery for Animals

"Optimising Outcomes When Clients Decline Referral"

Southpaws are pleased to announce a free seminar for our referring veterinarians at the Novotel, Glen Waverley.

Where: Novotel
285 Springvale Rd
Glen Waverley

When: Tuesday June 3rd
7:00 PM arrival for 7:30 lecture start
Canapes and drinks served on arrival from 7:00.

To register - click on the link below.

Our speakers:

Dr James Simcock, BVSc (Hons), MANZCVS (Internal Medicine), Registered Specialist of Small Animal Surgery, Diplomate of the ACVS;
Director and Specialist Surgeon at


Some clients don’t opt for referral despite recommendations. In this seminar, we are going to discuss options for primary practice treatment of conditions which are commonly referred.

In this 2 hour seminar, James and Charles will discuss diagnosis and use of epidural cortisone for lumbosacral stenosis, optimal placement of extracapsular sutures for improved outcomes in large dogs with cruiciate disease, metronomic chemotherapy for treatment of dirty margins following soft tissue sarcoma removal, options for skin reconstruction that don’t require specialised equipment, diagnosis and conservative management of medial shoulder instability and more.

We're looking forward to an informative and interactive night with lots of questions from our audience.

Dr Charles Kuntz, DVM, MS, MACVSc, Diplomate of the ACVS, Registered Specialist of Small Animal Surgery, Fellow of Surgical Oncology.
Director and Specialist Surgeon at Southpaws


All referring veterinarians are welcome to attend.

Click here to register on-line for Novotel Seminar.



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