At Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Rock Hill, our board-certified internal medicine specialist provides advanced care for pets with diseases who are referred to us by their primary care veterinarians.
Please Note: A referral from your primary care veterinarian is required before making an internal medicine appointment.
Veterinary internal medicine specialists diagnose and treat diseases of the cardiovascular, immune, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, endocrine, and urinary systems in pets.
If your primary care veterinarian is unable to diagnose or treat your pet's symptoms or illness, you may be referred to an internal medicine specialist for more specialty veterinary care.
At Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Rock Hill, our internal medicine specialist uses a comprehensive, collaborative approach to treating our patients. We work not only with your regular veterinarian, but also with other specialists to ensure the best care for every pet.
A veterinary internal medicine specialist has completed intensive training in veterinary internal medicine, including a one-year internship and a three-year residency after graduating from veterinary school.
Following a referral from your regular veterinarian, an internal medicine specialist will conduct a comprehensive physical exam of your pet to create a diagnostic plan and define a detailed treatment plan customized to your pet's needs.
Your pet may be referred for a number of conditions, including: