The top veterinary professionals are the ones who have a proven track record and know how to take care of their clients, but the top 10 list doesn’t really tell us anything about their qualifications.
We know that most vets are highly qualified, but there are also those who don’t meet those qualifications and are more of a one-trick pony.
This is why we wanted to look at the qualifications of vets who specialize in wildlife medicine.
In the article, we found that many of the top vets were also veterinarians who specialized in other areas of medicine, like dentistry, and the list is littered with names like Dr. Jeffrey Schoen, Dr. Peter Ehrlich and Dr. James R. Anderson.
So we’ve narrowed down our list to the top 20 veterinarians with veterinary training, along with a few other professions we’re curious about.
Read on to find out if any of these vets are good candidates for your practice.1.
Dr. Jeffrey A. SchoenDr.
Schön is a nationally recognized veterinarian, having spent most of his career as an orthopedic surgeon.
He is a board-certified board-qualified board-eligible pediatric orthopedist, and he has received multiple state and national awards.
In 2017, he received the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Medal of Honor, a Distinguished Public Service Award from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeon, and a Distinction Award from The National Board of Chiropractic in 2018.
Dr Schoen is a pioneer in the field of animal-assisted surgery.
He founded the Cochlear Implant Center at UCLA in 2002 and the Veterinary Specialty Group of the Association of Veterinary Medical Specialists in 2017.
Dr Jeffrey A Schoen (L), a pioneer of animal assisted surgery and a director of the Cochleas Implant, speaks at the annual meeting of the American Association of Orthotics in Chicago, Illinois, July 13, 2020.AP Photo/Patrick SemanskyDr.
Andrew M. AndersonVeterinarians typically specialize in treating patients with injuries and conditions that are more severe than the average person’s, but Anderson is a specialist in treating trauma.
His specialty includes managing traumatic injuries, including brain trauma, spinal cord injury and brain tumors.
In 2015, Anderson won the Robert Wood Johnson Award for his work with children with autism.
Anderson is the founder and president of the Center for Neuro-Osteopathic Neurosurgery, which he founded in 2016.
He has been a clinical professor of orthopedics at the University of Southern California since 2012.
In 2018, Anderson was awarded the American Society of Traumatology’s John J. Sargent Award for Outstanding Clinical and Scientific Contributions to the Care of Traumatic Brain Injury.
He also received the John J Sargenter Award for Excellence in the Care and Treatment of Trauma at Children with Autism.2.
Dr Peter E. EhrlicherVeterinarian, Dr Ehrl is a member of the board of directors of the Orthopedics and Trauma Center of North America.
His practice focuses on the management of neuropathic conditions, including arthritis, lupus and multiple sclerosis.
In 2013, he won the Orthopractic Orthopedist of America’s Excellence in Medicine Award, and in 2017 he was awarded a Distinctive Public Service Medal of Merit by The American Academy and was the recipient of the National Board Chiropractor’s Medal of Valor.
He was also recognized for his contribution to the advancement of orthopaedics in his home state of Pennsylvania.
Ehrl, who also happens to be the former president of American Orthopeds Association, is a co-founder of the Society of Orthopterists and the Society for Orthopraxia.3.
Dr James R AndersonVeterinary, Dr Anderson is an American Board-Certified board certified pediatric orthopagus and neurologist who specializes in the management and care of traumatic injuries.
His expertise includes traumatic brain injury, lumbar spinal cord injuries and spinal cord tumors.
He served as the chief medical officer for the University Health System of Florida from 2002 to 2006, and has been director of pediatric neurosurgery at the Medical College of Georgia since 2013.
In 2016, Anderson received the National Association of Neurological Surgeons Excellence in Traumatic Trauma Award, the National Society for Trauma Rehabilitation Award, a national honor, and was named an American Medical Association Fellow.4.
Dr Robert R. RiehlVeterinars specializing in animals and veterinary medicine have long been a key part of veterinary medicine, but a new breed of vets is entering the arena.
Dr. Robert Riehlen, an orthopractor who specializes and consults on the care of animals, has recently been recognized for a national award and for his outstanding contribution to clinical medicine and the practice of veterinary orthopedy.Riehl, who