Dr Sue Gibbons

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Qualifications: BVSc, MANZCVS, FANZCVS

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Specialisation: Small Animal Surgery

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Sue graduated from Veterinary Science at the University of Queensland in 1997, starting her career in a small animal practice on the outskirts of Brisbane.

She completed her residency in Small Animal Surgery at UQ in 2002, and worked at Veterinary Specialist Services (VSS) in Brisbane and Willows Referral Service in England before successfully sitting her Fellowship in Small Animal Surgery in 2006.

In addition to clinical work, Sue has lectured, tutored, mentored and examined both under-graduate and post-graduate veterinarians, and is a regular contributor to continuing professional development courses in Australia. Her areas of interest include orthopaedics and arthroscopy.

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Downes C, Gibbons SE, Macias C & McKee WM (2009). Hemilaminectomy and vertebral stabilisation and for the treatment of thoracolumbar disc protrusion in 28 dogs. JSAP 50: 525-535

Gibbons SE, Macias C, de Stefani A, Pinchbeck GL and McKee WM (2006). The value of oblique versus ventrodorsal myelographic views for lesion lateralisation in canine thoracolumbar disc disease. JSAP 47:827-33

Gibbons SE, Macias C, Tonzing MA, Pinchbeck GL and McKee WM (2006). Patellar luxation in 70 large breed dogs. JSAP 47:1-7

Macias C, Gibbons SE & McKee WM (2006). Y-T humeral fractures with supracondylar comminution in five cats. JSAP 47:89-93

Gibbons SE, McKee WM (2004). Spontaneous healing of a trophic ulcer of the metatarsal pad in a dog. JSAP 45:623-625 Gibbons SE, Straw RC (2003). Intra-abdominal lipoma in a dog. Aust Vet Practit 33:86-88