Matthew Gurney

  • Webinar starts at 8:00 pm on Wed 25th October, 2017
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It is widely recognised that chronic pain has a high prevalence in our ageing population. The vast majority of cases we see are related to osteoarthritis, however rarer causes such as neuropathic pain are seen in veterinary practice. But how do you recognise these cases? Earlier in the series we covered assessment of pain. In this webinar we look at case studies and provide an in depth exploration of drugs used and the rationale behind these choices.

Matt graduated from University of Liverpool in 2003 and spent several years enjoying mixed practice before returning to Liverpool to undertake a residency in anaesthesia and analgesia. Since 2009 he has worked at Northwest Surgeons, a multidisciplinary specialist hospital in Cheshire. Matt’s main interests are in pain management in both the acute and chronic setting.

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