Our experienced medical team and in-house Certified Rehabilitation Specialist provide specialized treatments that include physical rehabilitation, routine and non-routine surgeries, and laser therapy.
- Cystotomy – Removal of bladder stones
- Gastrointestinal surgery – Most commonly for the removal of foreign bodies that have been ingested
- Perineal Urethrostomy – Surgery for male cats suffering from repeated urethral blockages
- Pyometra – Surgical treatment for uterine infection
- Gastropexy – Procedure to prevent gastric tortion
- C-section – Surgical method of delivery, used when the lives of the mother or babies are endangered
- ACL repair – Extracapsular method for repairing torn ligament in the knee
- FHO – Removal of the head of femur to reduce chronic pain and improve mobility in pets with degenerative bone diseases
- Medial Patella Luxation – Replacement and regrooving of the patella to improve gait and reduce pain
Central Animal Hospital focuses on providing both routine and non-routine surgeries, accompanied by complete pre- and post-operative care, at affordable prices. The cost of surgery at Central Animal Hospital is all-inclusive, encompassing any pre-surgical bloodwork, x-rays and x-ray interpretation; anesthesia; monitoring; pain medications for before and after the procedure; follow-up exams (usually two); and any other required medications or supplies. With orthopedic surgeries, we also incorporate treatment with our Companion Laser to expedite healing, reduce inflammation and pain, and support post-operative rehabilitation.
Central Animal Hospital is excited to be one of a small number of South Bay veterinary clinics to offer animal acupuncture. Acupuncture, which entails placing tiny needles into the skin at key trigger points on the body, has proven benefits for animals, as well as humans. The 3,000-year-old healing practice of Chinese Medicine can treat a variety of veterinary conditions, including: musculoskeletal and neurological conditions; respiratory issues; ocular disorders; skin problems; and urinary tract disorders. An extremely gentle yet powerful therapy, acupuncture can safely be used in conjunction with medications, but also provides a good treatment option for owners whose pets have a sensitivity to medication.
|Monday – Friday:||8:00AM – 5:30PM|
|Saturday:||8:00AM – 3:30PM|
|Sunday||9:00AM – 3:30PM|
|Monday – Friday:||7:00AM – 7:00PM|
|Saturday:||7:00AM – 5:00PM|
|Sunday:||8:00AM – 4:00PM|
|After-Hours Emergencies:||United Emergency Animal Clinic
971 E. Hamilton Ave,
Campbell, CA 95008