The curative medicine service


The curative medicine service of the Field Services Clinic offers client consultations for a wide variety of medical problems. The curative medicine Service team carries out over 3 000 visits each year to about 230 farmers in the Saint-Hyacinthe area. The team is made up of professors and clinicians well known for their experience in their fields of practice, in both the dairy cow and beef cattle.

  • Management of down cows
  • Dystocia and problems associated with the reproductive system
  • Infectious, allergic and cancerous diseases
  • Metabolic diseases
  • Locomotor problems
  • Respiratory problems
  • Gastro-intestinal problems (diarrhea, indigestion, abomasum problems, etc.)
  • Urinary and kidney problems

The curative medicine Service can also sedate difficult animals with the use of a tranquilizer gun.

We can also fill out reports for insurance companies, if needed.

  • Minimally invasive surgeries by laparoscopy (ex.: abomasum)
  • Teat surgery
  • Digestive system surgeries
  • Reproductive system surgeries
  • Lacerations

The curative medicine Service uses high performance diagnostic tools allowing for many different types of assessments:

  • Tracheal and Broncho alveolar wash
  • Thoracic, abdominal and cardiac ultrasound
  • Ultrasound guided digestive biopsies
  • Spinal taps
  • Easy access to the diagnostics Service (hematology, biochemistry, cytology, bacteriology, molecular biology, virology, parasitology, serology, etc.)
  • Dr. Émile Bouchard
  • Dr. Sébastien Buckzinski
  • Dr. Jean-Philippe Roy (Medical Chief)
  • Dr. Mauricio Badillo
  • Dr. Anne-Marie Bélanger
  • Dr. Guillaume Boulay
  • Dr. Véronique Fauteux
  • Dr. Hélène Michaux
  • Dr. Pierre-Alexandre Morin
  • Dr. Marjolaine Rousseau
  • Dr. Maylee St-Pierre
  • Dr. Manon Veillette