The American Laser Study Club is proud to announce the highly anticipated speaker line-up for The 2023 Veterinary Laser Surgery Symposium (VLSS), taking place at the Riverwalk in San Antonio, TX, on May 19-20. The theme of the 2023 Symposium is “Redefining Surgical Standards: Contemporary CO2 Laser Techniques.” This is the only annual gathering of veterinarians focusing on laser surgery and a must-attend event for those looking to improve their surgical results.
This year’s VLSS is shaping up to be the best yet, with a dynamic speaker line-up that will bring their expertise and experience to the stage. From new technologies and surgical techniques to safety education and laser science, attendees will leave with a comprehensive understanding of laser surgery and its impact on the veterinary field.
- Jakub Kaczmarek, DVM, Dipl. ECVS
- Jason Pieper, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVD
- Amelia White, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVD
- David Duclos, DVM, Dipl. ACVD
- John Godbold Jr, DVM
- Boaz Man, DVM
- Ray Arza, DVM
- Peter Vitruk, PhD, MInstP, CPhys
- C. Kumar N. Patel, PhD, MS, Inventor of CO2 Laser, presenting this year’s winner of the Kumar Patel Laser Surgery Prize
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about surgical laser applications, techniques, technologies, laser science, and safety education. With lectures that will redefine your approach to surgery, and a hands-on lab to implement new surgical strategies, attendees will leave with a wealth of knowledge and a newfound understanding of the capabilities of laser surgery.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with colleagues, network, and learn from the best in the industry. Register today and take the first step towards dramatically improving your surgical results.
Hands-On Laser Surgery Lab
Attendees will participate in a hands-on wet lab with tissue samples at no additional cost. This is an excellent opportunity for clinicians to try out a surgical laser firsthand and practice some of the most advanced and up-to-date surgical techniques, such as fast full-thickness skin incisions, fast large-area superficial ablations, and many more. The wet lab is intended for both new and advanced laser surgeons.
For more information, visit VLSS.net.
About the American Laser Study Club
The American Laser Study Club is a professional organization dedicated to promoting the safe and effective use of laser technology in veterinary and human medicine. Through education, research, and collaboration, the Club strives to advance the field of veterinary laser surgery and provide a forum for veterinary professionals to exchange ideas and knowledge.