Veterinary medicine is developing at a very fast pace. New technologies and treatment methods are emerging, and diagnostic equipment is improving. Computed tomography, for example, associated with high technology and imaging excellence, is also used in veterinary medicine. Of course, this is just an example – one of many!
Just as human medicine is being developed at medical universities, veterinary medicine is being developed at universities of life sciences; and we are making very good progress in this area too. In the 19th century, it is no longer enough to be just a general practitioner. Indeed, the expansion of knowledge of diseases and the development of new treatments has led to a division into specialisations.
Animal care within the basic veterinary specialities is also offered at the KUROSZ Clinic. We are improving the qualifications of our medical staff for the sake of our patients, who very often, only in a facility such as ours, can they get help. At the same time, we are expanding the range of specialisations because… we like new challenges and enjoy resolving complex conditions.
You are referred to specialist appointments by your GP when they are necessary. As part of our specialist care, we also accept patients from other veterinary surgeries and clinics. We would like to emphasise that specialist treatment is undertaken only with the consent of the carer. We do not expose you to unacceptable costs.
We encourage you to read the descriptions of the specialisations, which you will find on our website in the SPECIALISATIONS section.