Internal Medicine for Pets
Riverside Drive Animal Care Center has experts on staff to cover all areas of internal medicine for your cat or dog, including:
- Cardiology (heart care)
- Ophthalmology (eye care)
- Neurology (nerve and brain care)
- Dermatology (skin care)
- Gastroenterology (stomach and intestine care)
- Orthopedic surgery (bone care)
- Oncology (cancer care)
- Endocrinology (gland care)
All of our Veterinarians have special interests in various aspects of Veterinary Medicine and some have or will have advanced certifications in their specialty area.
Dr. McGuffin is a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners certified in canine and feline practice. ABVP diplomates have undertaken a long and difficult process of additional studies and examination to become a board certified specialist. Dr McGuffin has special interests in gastrointestinal and hepatic diseases, oncology, minimally invasive surgery and conditions affecting geriatric pets.
Dr. Hanson has special interests in surgery and ophthalmology (diseases of the eye). He performs all of our orthopedic surgeries and is also very interested in minimally invasive surgeries.
Dr. Wisecup has completed an internship at one of the largest referral hospitals in the United States and has a special interest in internal medicine and ultrasonography. (a minimally invasive way to image internal organs)
Dr Gorby is very interested in physical therapy and rehabilitation and will be certified in this discipline in 2017. Physical therapy is helpful after surgery or injuries but also very beneficial for our older debilitated patients.
Dr. Graham has experience in emergency medicine and has an interest in soft tissue surgery.
By having diverse interests and talents we can provide your pet a more complete medical or surgical experience and get them back to enjoying life and good health in a timely manner.
We also have close professional relationships with specialists at The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center and MedVet Columbus when our doctors need additional input or expertise