Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialists in Glen Mills, PA

Veterinary internal medicine covers complex, chronic medical conditions that require special care. Internal medicine cases can be difficult to diagnose and treat, but with our advanced medical tools as well as a board-certified IM specialist, we zero in on the root cause of the problem and provide the best treatment options. The veterinarians and staff at Pinnacle Veterinary Specialists are dedicated to identifying your pet’s condition and giving them the treatment they need to have the best quality of life possible for as long as possible. Call us at (610) 477-8797.

Advanced Technology to Diagnose Internal Medicine Conditions

Internal medicine conditions are just that—internal, so a simple physical exam isn’t enough. Luckily, our hospital in Glen Mills, PA has advanced technology, including ultrasound, endoscopy, and CT scan, so we can gain a better understanding of what is going on inside your pet.

Depending on your pet’s symptoms, we’ll look at any one or combination of systems to discover the cause of their illness:

  • Gastrointestinal
  • Endocrine (Hormonal)
  • Hepatobiliary (Liver/Gall Bladder)
  • Hematologic (Blood borne)
  • Urinary
  • Respiratory
  • Infectious
  • Auto-immune
  • Pancreatic
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Common Internal Medicine Conditions

Cats and dogs can develop a wide range of internal conditions, and many develop in older age.

Some of the more common conditions we see include:

  • Diabetes
  • Immune-mediated anemia, thrombocytopenia and polyarthritis
  • Cushing’s disease
  • Acute and chronic kidney disease including infections
  • Liver/gall bladder disease
  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Asthma, chronic bronchitis, and collapsing trachea
  • Bladder stones​

Many of these conditions can be managed with medication to give your pet the best quality of life possible for as long as possible. We'll work with your primary care veterinarian to ensure your pet gets the best follow-up care to support their condition.