We recognize the unique human-animal bond and respect our clients’ attachment to their pets. We practice multimodal pain management and aggressively employ a variety of complementary therapies and approaches to relieve pain and restore mobility. We believe that quality of life is as important as quantity of life.
Dr. Todd Scott, DVM
Dr. Todd Scott graduated from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. He is an outstanding veterinary surgeon who started his career in a mixed animal practice in Wainwright, Alberta. He joined the team at Crestwood Veterinary Centre in 2001 and became a partner in 2004. He has a special interest in orthopedic surgery and was certified to perform tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO) in 2003. Dr. Scott has successfully performed this procedure many hundreds of times, and is affectionately known as the resident "knee guy". His superb TPLO, orthopedic and general surgical skills have returned full function and mobility to countless sick and injured pets.
In February 2011 Dr. Scott was certified to perform regenerative stem cell therapy through Vet-Stem Regenerative Veterinary Medicine in Las Vegas, NV. In 2012 he became the first veterinarian in Canada to work with InGeneron Inc. and master same-day autologous stem cell procedures with the patented ARC™ in-clinic processing system. He is also a member of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management.
Dr. Scott is a talented diagnostician who has an intuitive gift for orthopedics and pain management. He welcomes challenging and difficult cases. He has a keen eye for gait abnormalities, and with his extensive experience is often able to identify issues that others may miss.
Penny Radostits, RAHT, CCRP
Penny is a Registered Animal Health Technologist who graduated from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in 2007. Working with Dr. Scott on orthopedic cases at Crestwood Veterinary Centre fuelled her interest in pain management and rehabilitation, and she received her certification in Canine Rehabilitation through the University of Tennessee Certification Program in June of 2011.
Penny is a member of the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management and is working towards her Certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner (CVPP) designation. She is dedicated, gentle and compassionate, and works closely with Dr. Scott to ensure that every patient receives individualized, appropriate and effective treatment.
Her qualifications also include
|October 2011||Medical Massage for Animals - Colorado Veterinary Medical Association|
|February 2012||American Institute of Medical Laser Applications (AIMLA) - online|
|August 2012||IVAPM Pain Management Core Review Course - VIN online|
|October 2012||Canine Trigger Point Therapy Program (CTPT) - Myopain Seminars Inc.|
|August 2013||Principles of Low Level Laser Therapy – THOR Photomedicine workshop|