Webinar Recording – Video Cases: BOAS Corrective Surgery in a General Practice

Now is your chance to watch the on-demand webinar “Video Cases: BOAS Corrective Surgery in a General Practice” with Boaz Man, DVM. In this webinar originally recorded on March 27, 2024, Dr. Man shares videos and his step-by-step process for using a CO2 surgical laser for corrective Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS) surgery.

He discussed the long-term quality-of-life benefits of diagnosing and correcting BOAS early in life at the general practitioner level. He also shared his communication techniques with pet owners to discuss BOAS and explain the need for medical intervention.

Next, Dr. Man showed photos and videos of how to perform BOAS corrective surgery with a CO2 laser. He also shared before and after videos of the outcomes of this simple surgery for brachycephalic pets.

Key Learning Points:

  • The rising prevalence of BOAS and quality of life implications
  • Long-term benefits of early detection and intervention
  • The role of the general practitioner in BOAS corrective surgery
  • Pet owner communication tips
  • Step-by-step surgery tutorial
  • Before and after videos of pets breathing easier

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    About the Presenter

    Dr. Man, a South Florida native, has been passionate about caring for pets’ needs since childhood. Beginning at 13, Boaz spent every summer and school holiday working at veterinary hospitals in preparation for his dream to become a veterinarian. Dr. Man completed his Bachelors in Biology with a Double Minor in Chemistry and Judaic Studies from the University of Miami in 1999.

    Dr. Man earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University in 2004 after completing his clinical training at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Man then completed an internship with board-certified internists, surgeons, and critical care veterinarians at Palm Beach Veterinary Specialists. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Man has been serving clients and patients at several prominent animal hospitals in South Florida. In 2013 Dr. Man became the owner and medical director of Boca Midtowne Animal Hospital, which is AAHA accredited, and he is proud to be a fear-free certified veterinarian. Dr. Man is an editorial advisory board member for DVM 360 & contributes regularly with his educational social media content and publications for the magazine. Dr. Man serves as a practice management advisor for fear-free and has recently been invited to lecture on hot topics in veterinary medicine in San Diego & Las Vegas, including digital cytology & high-power laser surgery.

    Dr. Man resides in Boca Raton with his wife Jade, their three children Leia, Ruby, and Max, and their rescued dogs named Millie and Elvis. He believes in providing the highest quality of care to his patients and those that love them and has special interests in dermatology, internal medicine, and surgery. Dr. Man takes great pride in his commitment to practicing state-of-the-art medicine and diagnostics. He believes staying up to date with technology is one of the many essential keys to practicing good medicine. Most importantly, Dr. Man is dedicated to giving pet parents the guidance they need to make informed decisions with regard to their pet’s health.

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