Ben has been recognised at the highest level of clinical competence (“Specialist”) by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons since 2015, he has specialised in Orthopaedics since 2010, been “Advanced Practitioner” level since 2007, and performed his first orthopaedic surgery in 2002.
He publishes research articles, develops surgical implants, speaks at international conferences, trains other orthopaedic surgeons and supervises post-graduate students. First and foremost, though, Ben is a vet. He wanted to be one since he can remember.
He loves looking after animals, conversing with their owners, and working as a team with their regular vet.
Mark qualified from Glasgow University in 1990 and since then has held several positions and Directorships within practice and the veterinary industry. He was awarded the ESVPS GP Cert in cardiology in 2010, and the PgC (Small Animal Cardiology Studies) (Distinction) from Harper Adams University in 2017. Mark has been running a cardiology and ultrasound referral service for the last 10 years but also lectures to and trains vets all over the UK in the fields of Ultrasound and Cardiology.