Lisa Corti, DVM, DACVS, CCRP, is the owner of North Shore Veterinary Surgery in Andover, Massachusetts, and is an adjunct instructor at North Shore Community College in Danvers, Massachusetts. Dr. Corti earned her DVM from Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University and completed a residency at Iowa State University. She is certified as a canine rehabilitation practitioner by University of Tennessee and is Fear Free certified. Her interests include pain management, anesthesia and perioperative analgesia, rehabilitation for dogs and cats, and medical treatment of osteoarthritis and tendon and ligament injuries.
Articles by This Author
Foreign Body Obstruction in Dogs: Comparing Outcomes of Enterotomy with Intestinal Resection & Anastomosis
Surgical removal of intestinal foreign bodies has inherent risks. Compare the risks of enterotomy and intestinal resection and anastomosis, and learn what to look for in patients undergoing these procedures.
Rehabilitative Exercises after Orthopedic Surgery with Dr. Corti
Dr. Corti talks about 6 key factors that should influence the treatment plan, and why pet owner expectations may be the most important factor. She shares helpful tips on feline rehabilitation, at-home treatments that enhance the human–animal bond, and how to communicate costs to clients. Enhance your practice’s rehabilitation recommendations and avoid a one-size-fits-all approach.