Brian Daubs

Veterinary Surgeon in Port Saint Lucie, Florida

About Brian Daubs

American College of Veterinary Surgeon Offers Continuing Education

Brian Daubs, DVM, founded and serves as president of Treasure Coast Veterinary Services, based in Port St. Lucie, Florida. He also serves as Chief of Surgery at Animal Specialty and emergency hospital in Rockledge Florida. To stay current with developments in his field, Dr. Brian Daubs holds membership with several veterinary associations, including the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS).

Created in 1965, the ACVS is a specialty board affiliated with the American Veterinary Medical Association. Consisting of almost 1,800 members, the ACVS establishes standards for surgical excellence within the field and aims to provide outstanding service to those who own animals.

The ACVS sponsors continuing education courses throughout the year for its members. One such course, “Advanced Techniques in the Management of Veterinary Spinal Disorders,” is set to take place on December 8 and 9, 2014. Held in Las Vegas, the course helps participants learn to perform such techniques as stable fixation, pain-free mobilization, and anatomic reduction.

Taught by faculty members experienced in orthopedic and neurological spine surgery, the course is also sponsored by AO North America, a nonprofit organization working to advance the fields of veterinary, orthopaedic, craniomaxillofacial surgery.

Dr. Brian Daubs is a veterinary physician and surgeon with over 13 years of experience. His practice, Treasure Coast Veterinary Surgical Service, is based in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, and primarily performs procedures such as fracture repairs, limb realignments, and gastric feeding tube placement. By working on a referral basis, Dr. Brian Daubs serves as an extension of a veterinarian hospital or facility, bringing everything needed for the operation.

Dr. Daubs possesses specific skills and interest in circular ring fixations, oncologic and thoracic surgeries, and minimal invasive surgical procedures. He has participated in numerous animal research projects regarding liver diseases, bone grafting, and pain management. Furthermore, he shares his knowledge with his peers by contributing to a number of publications, conferences, and presentations.

Dr. Brian Daubs belongs to several professional organizations, including the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, and the Florida Veterinary Medical Association.

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