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We Live and Breathe Animal Neurology

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Treating patients across Long Beach, Corona and Irvine

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24/7 Emergency Service (Animal ER)

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What Pet Parents Say

Toby is doing great it’s getting harder to keep him quiet. He wants to stay outside more when we take him out for potty breaks. So grateful for Dr. Gorgi and his entire staff for helping Toby Ruben and I appreciate everything you all have done.

Toby, Irvine

Bernard has been a patient of Brightcare Veterinary Group for one month now. I am at a loss for words when it comes to describing this amazing office of loving, caring, devoted people.... from Dr Gorgi to each of the techs and support staff everyone is lovely and expresses the utmost of human and animal kindness.

Bernard, Long Beach

Everyone at Bright Care Is extremely helpful, friendly, and professional and didn’t come off like they are just there for a paycheck. The staff at Bright Care care for your pet and it felt like they act as if your pet is one of theirs not just a patient. Thank you to Dr. Gorgi and the entire staff for helping my boy out.

Jazz, Corona

Animal neurosurgery in Rancho Santa Margarita focuses on conditions that affect the nerves, spinal cord, muscles, and brain in an animal. Our Brightcare Veterinary Group neurologists attended additional years of training and education after they attended veterinary school. While attending school, they treat dogs and cats the most. However, they also may attend to other animals like livestock or horses. Neurosurgery takes hard work, patience, accuracy. We are so thankful for our veterinary neurosurgeons and the care that they provide to all of our patients!

A big question we get asked a lot is, how does one know if their pets are suffering from neurological conditions? There are a few symptoms that you should be on the lookout for. Neurological symptoms can happen over time, after an accident, or even randomly. Be on the lookout for changes in behavior like lethargy, irritability, aggressiveness, or they may not recognize you. Physical changes include vision problems, weakness, deafness, pain in the neck or back, balance issues, seizures, and trouble swallowing. All symptoms should be taken seriously. If you notice any signs, please give your regular vet a call. From there, they will be able to advise you if you need to be seen by a veterinary neurologist. We also deal with neurological strokes can occur as well. All symptoms can be scary, mainly if they occur randomly. Remember to stay calm for your pet, and we will take care of the hard stuff.

Neurological issues are treatable, but not all conditions are curable. When you seek animal neurosurgery in Rancho Santa Margarita, we will do a full examination of your pet during their visit. We will go over what we think the best plan of action is if needed, and it is up to you to decide what other tests you would like to run on your pet. Tests like an MRI or a CT-scanning can help our neurologist figure out what is going on inside your pet. These tests do not hurt or harm your pet in any way, so there is nothing to worry about.

If you have more questions regarding animal neurosurgery in Rancho Santa Margarita, please reach out to us. Any member of our team will be more than happy to answer any question you have and give you the information that you may need. If you would like to request an appointment to be seen at Brightcare Veterinary Group, please do so on our website.

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Animal neurosurgery in Rancho Santa Margarita focuses on conditions that affect the nerves, spinal cord, muscles, and brain in an animal. Our Brightcare Veterinary Group neurologists attended additional years of training and education after they attended veterinary school. While attending school, they treat dogs and cats the most. However, they also may attend to other animals like livestock or horses. Neurosurgery takes hard work, patience, accuracy. We are so thankful for our veterinary neurosurgeons and the care that they provide to all of our patients!

A big question we get asked a lot is, how does one know if their pets are suffering from neurological conditions? There are a few symptoms that you should be on the lookout for. Neurological symptoms can happen over time, after an accident, or even randomly. Be on the lookout for changes in behavior like lethargy, irritability, aggressiveness, or they may not recognize you. Physical changes include vision problems, weakness, deafness, pain in the neck or back, balance issues, seizures, and trouble swallowing. All symptoms should be taken seriously. If you notice any signs, please give your regular vet a call. From there, they will be able to advise you if you need to be seen by a veterinary neurologist. We also deal with neurological strokes can occur as well. All symptoms can be scary, mainly if they occur randomly. Remember to stay calm for your pet, and we will take care of the hard stuff.

Neurological issues are treatable, but not all conditions are curable. When you seek animal neurosurgery in Rancho Santa Margarita, we will do a full examination of your pet during their visit. We will go over what we think the best plan of action is if needed, and it is up to you to decide what other tests you would like to run on your pet. Tests like an MRI or a CT-scanning can help our neurologist figure out what is going on inside your pet. These tests do not hurt or harm your pet in any way, so there is nothing to worry about.

If you have more questions regarding animal neurosurgery in Rancho Santa Margarita, please reach out to us. Any member of our team will be more than happy to answer any question you have and give you the information that you may need. If you would like to request an appointment to be seen at Brightcare Veterinary Group, please do so on our website.

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