Marcel graduated from “Universidad Austral” of Chile in 1999. After working in Chile Marcel moved to Canada to complete a residency in Orthopaedics and Soft Tissue Surgery at The Surgical Referral Practice of Toronto (2006-2007). In 2009 Marcel was awarded the Small Animal Orthopaedics Specialist Degree after a year studying at the “Universidad Complutense” of Madrid (Spain). In March 2015 Marcel moved to the UK and became RCVS registered, working for Elwood, Briggs & Turner, and more recently working as Head of Orthopaedics for a large group of independent veterinary practices. Marcel is currently working towards the CertAVP (SAS) at the Royal Veterinary College (University of London).
Marcel is currently accepting cases in both Orthopaedic and Soft Tissue.
Paul is a 1981 graduate of the Royal Veterinary College in London, UK. He spent 20 years in general small animal practice before his increasing interest in dentistry led him to practice exclusively in this area of veterinary surgery. There are very few veterinarians who work in veterinary dentistry and are able to perform complex dental treatment such as root canal treatment, treatment of malocclusions and surgery for oral tumors.
Paul has worked exclusively in veterinary dentistry for 17 years. During that time he moved from the UK to Los Angeles and now see cases both in Southern California and in the UK.
His commitments to veterinary dental education include teaching at the Royal Veterinary College as a guest lecturer, presenting at conferences and local meetings and authoring articles for veterinary books, journals and newsletters.
Dental disease is extremely common in pets. It causes immense pain and suffering, but our pets are not good at telling us about it. His mission is to bring the best in veterinary dentistry to all pets by both providing great dental care on a referral basis and by better educating vets in general practice in dental issues.
Paul is able to provide a comprehensive service in dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery.
David qualified back in 1988 knowing then that he wanted to devote his professional life to veterinary ophthalmology. He worked first at the Animal Health Trust and then the Royal Veterinary College gaining his CertVOphthal and PhD on keratitis in the German Shepherd dog before returning to the Trust where he completed studies on blindness in farmed halibut (well somebody has to!) for his fellowship of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons.
The wheel then came full circle and he became an associate lecturer in ophthalmology at Cambridge running the ophthalmology clinic which he now combines with providing an ambulatory referral clinic visiting practices around East Anglia.